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Moneysupermarket.com seeks 25 more advisers

Moneysupermarket.com is on the hunt for staff in a bid to double its mortgage consultancy team.

The price comparison website, which is rumoured to be on the verge of floatation, has 25 vacancies to fill with CeMap-qualified advisers.

The vacancies include business-to-business roles in Mortgage 2000 and business-to-consumer roles as part of the customer assistance team of moneysupermarket.com.

An open day will be held in Chester on June 26 at which applicants can find out what the roles entail, meet managers and submit formal applications.

Louise Cuming, head of mortgages at Moneysupermarket.com, says: “This is a result of demand from people visiting our website and requesting mortgage advice.”

l See News Analysis, page 17

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