Hinckley & Rugby Building Society is delighted to be the first regional society to partner with Submissions Brain (formerly Lendex), the multi-lender application and submission platform from Mortgage Brain.
The gateway allows brokers to carry out multiple Decision in Principles (DIPs) and enables them to share documentation with partner lenders. Intermediaries also have the option to submit full applications through a standalone form on Submissions Brain, which is then sent to Hinckley & Rugby via secure email.
This is the latest advancement in the Society’s digital transformation process, aimed at streamlining the application process for brokers and their clients by integrating greater levels of technology to increase efficiency.
The Society has joined the likes of Accord Mortgages, TSB, Nationwide Building Society, Virgin Money, Coventry Building Society and Platform, all of which are recent additions to the Submissions Brain system.
Carolyn Thornley-Yates, Head of Mortgage Proposition & Distribution at Hinckley & Rugby Building Society, says:
“We’re keen to invest in and integrate digital channels in the best interests of our borrowers as part of our digital transformation process, which is why this partnership has come at a great time. We understand there’s a growing demand for online solutions, and are keen to embrace technology which will remove barriers to submission and help our team of mortgage specialists and broker partners to operate more efficiently.”
Neil Wyatt, Sales & Marketing Director at Mortgage Brain, says:
“I’m delighted that Hinckley & Rugby Building Society is now live on Submissions Brain. There is no question that Submissions Brain can make a dramatic improvement to broker workloads, saving vast amounts of time when submitting DIPs or full applications with our partner lenders. We have a host of other lenders joining the Submissions Brain gateway soon, which will mean even greater efficiencies for intermediaries.”