Thursday, December 1 2022


MortgageForce, the London and Derby-focused aggregator, has placed more than £ 1.4 billion in loans over the past 12 months.

The company released an optimistic business report during the COVID-19 pandemic.

MortgageForce’s annual conference at the Ned in London has been postponed to March 2021.

Kevin Duffy, Managing Director of MortgageForce, said: “While April and May have been difficult months to navigate, the story since June has been one that soothsayers and doomers just wouldn’t. could write, each successive month exceeding the previous one. .

“Looking ahead to 2021, there are potential cliff-edge moments, but my hunch is that Rishi Sunak is keeping his powder dry for now and will be back with some useful action in January.

“We recognize that all lenders have had to be nimble and adaptable since March 2020, and most have been very supportive. But in the consumer space, we especially want to thank Santander, HSBC and The Coventry who have done more than most to make the wheels turn in our industry.

“And in the specialist space, Alan Cleary’s approach to the staff who run their offices at OSB has also been exemplary.



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