Mortgage Introducer relaunches magazine and revamps website

Nia Williams

February 24, 2010

Mortgage Introducer first launched in 1999 and was the first ever publication dedicated to the mortgage intermediary market.

Robyn Hall, who edited the title in 2000, returned to Mortgage Introducer at the beginning of the year and has been overseeing the changes.

The digital issue of the magazine relaunches today while 5,000 printed copies will start to hit desks from March 1st.

“When Mortgage Introducer first launched 11 years ago it was committed to bringing you the best educational, analytical and impartial coverage of the market. That commitment remains to this day, both online and in print,” he said.

“We’ve spent the last two months undergoing a radical change to deliver a new magazine and website to a new generation of mortgage professionals.”

The new look magazine and website have been designed to bring the most relevant news to readers as well as providing the opportunity to delve deeper into the issues that matter most.

“The magazine provides a clean, clear, concise yet in-depth look at the mortgage market and is ram packed with useful facts, figures and intelligent comment and debate,” Hall added. “Our online changes are more cosmetic for the time being but over the next four weeks our usability, access and interactivity will change dramatically as we add a whole new string of features to the website. Watch this space.”

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