Martin Reynolds, former head of sales at BM Solutions, found himself on the wrong arm of the German law last week at the England vs Trinidad and Tobago game in Nuremberg.Instead of enjoying the second half of the match Reynolds was instead questioned by local police after being scammed into buying a stolen ticket for the game. Alan Cleary, director at MBAC Consulting, who was at the match with Reynolds, says he was relieved that Reynolds wasn’t eating porridge for breakfast. Cleary says: “They just turned him into a witness and questioned him for about an hour, which meant he missed the second half of the match. They let him go once he explained the situation and just took down his phone number.”
- Top trends
Infinity Mortgages has joined Mortgage Intelligence’s direct to lender panel, giving members access to its range of specialist deals.
Bridging finance lender Cheval was last week bought by a major shareholder in the UK Domino’s Pizza chain. The buyer is investment partnership Credit Investments which is owned by Colin Halpern and Ellis Sher. Halpern is an experienced entrepreneur. In 1993 he and his brother Gerry bought the UK and Ireland franchise for Domino’s Pizza. […]
CHL Mortgages has unveiled new lending criteria for houses of multiple occupancy. The buy-to-let specialist now has what it believes to be the most HMO-friendly lending rules of any UK lender.
Guaranteed and Genesis Home Loans have appointed Jonathan Story as head of IT development.Story will help build and implement new IT and e-commerce within the group, whilst also monitoring and analysing the market with a view to integrating both lender and insurance systems wherever possible.Story has held a number of senior roles within the finance […]
The National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) recently published its 40th annual survey of workplace pensions. The survey looks at both defined benefit and defined contribution schemes.
News and expert analysis straight to your inboxSign up