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Complete appoints BDM

Complete Mortgage and Loan Services has appointed Mark Game as business development manager for central London.

Game joins Complete from three years at Optoma where he was BDM and prior to that he worked in estate agency for seven years.

Tristan Pile, head of sales and marketing at Complete, says: Our development strategy over the last 12 months has seen a 60% increase in business levels in that period, and we intend to beat that figure in 2007.

Appointing top quality business development staff is a key element in our future growth plans and we are delighted to welcome Mark as our latest sales team appointment.

His proven skill and experience will undoubtedly enable him to make a significant contribution to Complete achieving its goals.

Complete says it intends to strengthen its sales team over the coming few months, with new BDM appointments for the Midlands, South-West and North-West regions.


Gadhia returns to Virgin Money

Jayne-Anne Gadhia has returned to Virgin to take up the position of chief executive of Virgin Money. Gadhia was formerly managing director of consumer finance at the Royal Bank of Scotland but resigned in December 2006 after 12 years with the group. Her previous career spanned Virgin One, Virgin Direct and Norwich Union.

Many people plan to buy new homes

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Complete unveils round table dates

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Edeus launches 90% B2L deal

Edeus has launched a buy-to-let product available up to 90% LTV at 100% rental coverage based on pay rate which is 0.74% above base rate for two years. There is an 1.5% arrangement fee and early repayment charges are 5% in years one and two.


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