Digital Mortgages by Atom bank is set to be rebranded in 2019 under the Atom bank brand.
Maria Harris, director of intermediary lending at Atom bank (pictured above), said that it was great news for its brokers that Digital Mortgages would be integrated with the Atom bank brand next year.
“Our focus remains on continuing to provide the same great, digital service to intermediaries and customers.
“Following an agreement with All Types of Mortgages (AToM), all Atom bank services and products will now be unified under one brand.
“We retain a great relationship with Vic and Dale [Jannels] and wish them continued success with their new brand.”
AToM will operate under its own new brand ‘impact specialist finance’ with effect from January 2019.
Dale Jannels, managing director at impact specialist finance, added: “The rebrand of All Types of Mortgages represents a new and major milestone in the evolution of our business and we are excited about the opportunities Impact Specialist Finance will bring us as we enter the new year.
“We echo the good wishes from the bank and wish them continued success as they continue their journey.”
Earlier in December, Atom bank reached £2bn in residential mortgage lending.
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