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Mortgage Referrals Committee

Want to discuss your cases directly with our mortgage experts?

Drop by our Mortgage Referrals Committee drop-in clinic

Our online Mortgage Referrals Committee (MRC) drop-in clinics are a live version of our daily meeting, where referred cases are discussed by our panel of key decision makers, including our Chief Executive, Barry Carter and Head of Lending, Sarah Johnson.

These drop-in clinics are an opportunity for brokers to discuss tricky cases directly with our senior decision-makers, ask any questions, or to simply see the decision-making process taking place.

If you would like to join a clinic please book your place by clicking ‘Save your place’ below. This will automatically download an .ics file type, which will allow to join the Teams meeting we have set up for our clinics.

Drop-in clinic dates

Can’t make these dates?

MRC meetings take place every weekday. If you have a case you would like to refer to our committee, just get in touch with our team. They will discuss the case details with you and present your case to our panel of key decision makers. Call 01455 894 084.

Broker feedback from our drop-in clinics

“I thought the session was brilliant. When it’s done as a drop-in discussion with the relevant people answering the queries, there is nothing better.”

“Getting to know you all was amazing because it makes a huge difference when you know, or have spoken to the people underwriting the cases.”

“Thank you for the insight of how you work with cases, very refreshing to see that common sense lending still works.”

“Everyone got to ask about specific cases and got to know the members of Hinckley & Rugby who actually make decisions.”

The benefits of our Mortgage Referrals Committee

Consideration of unusual or complex circumstances

Flexibility on mortgage criteria

Same-day decision given to brokers

Improves your clients’ chances of securing a mortgage by using a human approach

How to submit a case

We are here to help you – if you have a complex case which you would like to refer to our committee, please get in touch with our team using our contact details below.

A member of our team will discuss the referral with you and any documents you would need to provide ahead of the meeting. We look forward to helping you place your case!