DPR Group, which provides origination and servicing of mortgages, savings, loans; financial services CRM systems; and on-boarding and verification services for both intermediaries and consumers, has become the latest Associate member to join IMLA. The announcement means that IMLA now has 11 Associate members, including mortgage sourcing providers, networks and conveyancing firms.
Melanie Spencer, Group Business Development lead and Head of MCI Mortgage Club, will be the Group’s representative for IMLA.
Kate Davies, Executive Director of the Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association, said:
“In what has been an unusual year, creating a clear dialogue between lenders and the mortgage market has never been more important. This year, IMLA has focused on generating debate and conversation among lender members and our Associates to discuss potential solutions to the key challenges facing the sector today. We are delighted to be welcoming a new voice to our table. DPR Group and Melanie bring a wealth of experience and we look forward to their input and insight at our upcoming engagements.”
Melanie Spencer, Group Business Development at DPR Group and head of MCI Mortgage club said:
“We have been supplying innovative technology and facilities to leading lenders and intermediaries for over 23 years. This has included the origination and servicing of mortgages, savings, loans; financial services CRM systems; and on-boarding and verification services for both intermediaries and consumers. The needs of the market are at the centre of our operations, a sentiment echoed by IMLA.
“We look forward to working closely with IMLA to explore current and futures market trends in order to better facilitate the mortgage industry in the years to come. I’m excited to be representing DPR Group and its brands, DPR, eKeeper, MCI Club, Burrow and Broker ID.”
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About DPR Group
About DPR Group DPR Group is a leading supplier of technology to the UK mortgage, savings and loans industries. They provide a diverse range of cloud hosted solutions to over 40 banks, building societies, and specialist lenders as well as over 2,000 mortgage brokers.
The Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association (IMLA) is the trade association that represents mortgage lenders who lend to UK consumers and businesses via the broker channel. Its membership of 43 banks, building societies and specialist lenders include 18 of the 20 largest UK mortgage lenders (measured by gross lending) and account for about 90% of mortgage lending (91.6% of balances and 92.8% of gross lending).