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LMS extends partnership with Ipswich Building Society

Written by Ipswich Building Society

16 Jan 2017

2 min read

 Added: 6 October 2016

LMS extends partnership with Ipswich Building Society

LMS has announced that they have expanded their successful partnership with Ipswich Building Society. 

The Ipswich has become the latest lender to select LMS to provide its general panel management service, Panel Link®, offering all brokers and customers access to an extensive, fully vetted, open and secure panel of law firms. LMS currently partners with the Ipswich in delivering products to uphold their commitment to provide excellent service and innovation for their mortgage customers. 

Ipswich Building Society has over 160 years’ experience in providing mortgages and savings for people in the East of England and is uniquely placed to provide a personal service in their network of branches and agencies.

Andy Knee, Managing Director of LMS, comments:
“We are delighted to announce that Ipswich Building Society will become the latest lender to take our market leading Panel Link service,  the Ipswich is committed to offering members the highest possible levels of service and protection and we look forward to extending our relationship with them. We are also pleased to announce yet another lender taking our Panel Link service.”

Ian Brighton, General Manager (Operations), at Ipswich Building Society, comments:
“We are dedicated to continually improving our service to members and intermediary partners, and I am pleased to be furthering our relationship with LMS. This partnership gives us the benefit of their experience in working with the mutual sector, providing us with high quality risk mitigation and service delivery, along with security and peace of mind.”

This article was published under our previous name of Ipswich Building Society. We changed our name in 2021 – get in touch if you have any questions.

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