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LUXMedia directors set up specialist packager

The directors of finance marketing agency LUXMedia have joined forces to launch specialist packager White Label Money.

Darryl Dhoffer and Travis Hurlock have enrolled the help of Jaxon Ste-vens, who has 10 years’ experience of specialist markets, as sales director.

White Label will focus on equity re-lease, individual voluntary arrangements, bridging finance, commercial loans and secured loans.

Stevens says: “We’re aware of the uncertainty in the market at the mo-ment but we know what we are doing with this launch.”

Hywel Loveluck, chief executive officer of Chaseblue Loans, which offers secured loans, bridging and commercial fiance, says the move is brave.

He adds: “You could say there’s no better time to launch a packager. This firm is starting at the bottom of the market so the only way is up.”

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