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em- secures affiliate sponsors for golf day

em- has revealed that five key lenders have been secured as affiliate sponsors for the upcoming em-invitational 2006 golf day in association with GMAC-RFC.

Rooftop, Kensington, First National, Mortgages plc and Future are all hoping that their participation as affiliate sponsors for this years event will help to raise even more for the four selected charities.

Julian Wells, head of marketing at Mortgages plc, says: Last years em-invitational was a complete success for all involved and we are all sure that this years will be better than ever.

The event will take place on June 27 at the Buckinghamshire Golf Club and teams of four from across the mortgage industry will be taking part.

Stuart Brumhill, head of marketing at em-, says: We are very pleased that all five lenders are playing such an important role to the em-invitational this year and look forward to working with them in the future on even more charitable projects with the em-foundation.


FSA plans to look at evolution of retail distribution

The Financial Services Authority has revealed plans to look further, in collaboration with the industry, at how the models of retail distribution in the UK may evolve, primarily focused on the financial advice sector. The regulator says it wants to understand better how its requirements can act as barriers or facilitators to the emergence of […]

em- heads to Cardiff

em-, is holding a roundtable events on July 12 at the St Davids Hotel & Spa in Cardiff.The Cardiff event will focus on em-s varied offering and will give brokers the opportunity to find out how they can improve their revenue streams not only via the offer of free valuations and no application fees across […]

Local FTB schemes can help us all

Initiatives such as those designed to help local people afford homes should be encouraged so that the vital first-time buyer sector can again fuel the housing market, says Roger Taylor

Landlords expect prices to rise

The vast majority of landlords expect to see a significant increase in house prices over the next 12 months, reveals a survey from Mortgage Trust. It shows confidence in the housing market reaching record levels with 90% of respondents expecting house prices to rise over the coming year.


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