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FBAA to launch co-op initiative

Staff Reporter 1 minute read

The FBAA is gearing up to launch a co-op service that will provide its broker channel with a wide range of discounted products and services.

The FBAA’s national president Peter White told Mortgage Business the co-op, which will be officially launched within the month, will help brokers regain their footing after what has been a turbulent year.

“TFP Co-op Ltd will give brokers discounts on furniture, flights, petrol and phone bills to name but a few. We hope the co-op initiative will generate FBAA membership and put our brokers in the best financial position heading into the new legislative requirements,” Mr White said.

According to Mr White, the new legislation will increase the costs associated with running a business.

“Licensing will obviously come at a price, so this co-op initiative will help to mitigate some of those costs,” he said.

FBAA to launch co-op initiative
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