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Churchill subscribes to Moneyfacts datascreen comparisons

The Moneyfacts datascreen system is designed for those requiring accurate, comprehensive investment, life and pension competitor information and for those wanting to model and develop existing product ranges. It is the industry standard research tool, used by most banks, building societies, credit card and mortgage providers.

Francesco Falcone of Churchill Loans says: “A key benefit of Moneyfacts DataScreen is how quick and easy it is to use, saving us valuable time in the extensive monitoring and analysis that we do. Combined with the daily updates, the system provides real advantages over the printed publication.”

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