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CRL attend the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) annual lunch

Key representatives of leading structural defects specialist took part in this major event in the mortgage industry calendar.

CRL attended today the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) annual lunch. The CML is an industry body that represents 95% of mortgage lending in the UK. This key date in the mortgage industry calendar attracted more than 600 attendees for a perfect networking event to forge new relationships and cement existed ones.

Steve Mansour, CEO at CRL, stressed “the importance of supporting the work CML do in bringing the industry together, acting as the voice of the mortgage industry in the UK”.

“At CRL we understand a mortgage is a big commitment for both our clients and the end users. For most of us, buying a property is typically the single biggest investment in our lives. The vast majority of mortgage lenders require structural defects cover to safeguard new residential property developments before they release funds, so finding a recognised and credible structural defects specialist like CRL will always speed up the mortgage process.”

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“The key to ensure we maintain our position as an industry leading specialist in structural defects insurance is that we are more dedicated than ever to working with mortgage lenders to ensure that the best possible structural solutions are available to all residential mortgage customers, no matter the lender they choose.”

“This reassurance and trust is demanded by our customers and, ultimately, the home buyers. Furthermore, giving our customers the confidence to build is the reason why attending this event becomes of paramount importance to show CRL ongoing support to the lenders industry body and all their activities.”

 

The UK Finance Annual Lunch took place at the glamorous Royal Lancaster London hotel on Friday 20th of April. In 2016, CRL became an associate member of the CML as part of our ongoing commitment to supporting good practice within the UK’s property sector.

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