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Dundas Street - Edinburgh

Adviser Vacancies in the North East

Mortgage Advice Bureau is the UK’s largest mortgage network, with access to over 21,000 products from 90 UK lenders. As part of the team at Mortgage Advice Bureau Network Partner Scotland, you would be working for one of the largest mortgage broking businesses in the UK, and with a 140% growth within the last year, one of the fastest growing financial services businesses in the country. 

If you work in the mortgage and protection sector and are looking
for a new, rewarding career, then a role with MAB Scotland may be
the opportunity that you’ve been looking for.

 

MAB offers a highly successful way to build your career in partnership with a
proven and profitable business model.

Our proposition is quite a simple one. Join Mortgage Advice Bureau
Scotland and we will help your business grow.

We offer an unrivalled point of sale and customer relationship management
technology, delivered through MAB’s proprietary system Midas, which has been designed to support advisers through every stage of the mortgage process from sourcing, case administration and tracking through to commissions and statements.

MAB also provides a Midas helpdesk support service, which can be accessed either online or over the phone as required.

We can offer a comprehensive recruitment process, providing you with opportunity to help develop your own lead sources.

A dedicated Field Compliance Manager will support you through your partnership with us, providing additional guidance either over the phone or face to face if necessary.

To discuss your options, please contact Sarah Conway, Regional Manager:

E: sarah.conway@mab.org.uk

T: 07865 881990

Because we play by the book we want to tell you that…

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
There may be a fee for mortgage advice. The actual amount you pay will depend upon your circumstances.
The fee is up to 1%, but a typical fee is 0.3% of the amount borrowed.

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