The Right Mortgage and Protection Network celebrates half a decade of success this month

The Right Mortgage and Protection Network is celebrating half a decade of supporting the UK’s mortgage and protection brokers, and firms, in all areas of business.

In their five years of business, the Network has come a long way and, alongside supporting growing Network members, they have also set up several group companies to broaden the Network’s expertise across the financial services marketplace.

This fantastic achievement from the Network also comes alongside one of their members, Bob Burnside, celebrating half a century in the financial services industry. Bob joined the Network when it was set up five years ago, and continues to be a supporter of not only the Network, but their admin service, which helps him deal with his day to day role as an adviser.

The Network’s product range includes mortgages, protection, later life lending & equity release, private medical insurance, general insurance, Wills & LPAs, and secured loans.

They are also proud to have secured relationships with the top lenders and providers in the market in order to provide their members with a holistic proposition to support their businesses.

Martin Wilson, CEO at The Right Mortgage had this to say about their achievement: “We’re proud of the continued growth and success of our network over the last five years, but we would not have been able to achieve our goals without the work of our dedicated staff, and, of course, our members and provider partners, many whom have been with us from the very start.”

Adam Stretton, Managing Director at The Right Mortgage also commented: “Over the past five years, as we’ve grown and evolved, so have our products and services. We’ve also had the pleasure of watching our members grow with us, and are excited to see what will happen in the future.”

As their Network continues to grow, they remain focused on continuing to keep advisers at the heart of what they do, and continually ask for feedback from their members to improve their service, which is why they’re aiming to cap their membership at 500.