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Seminars will boost secured loans’ profile

Oryen Commercial and Oryen Secured Loans for Intermediaries are to host a series of seminars to raise awareness of commercial mortgages and secured loans.

The seminars, held in conjunction with Commercial First, Kensington Personal Loans and Southern Personal Pacific Loans, will kick off on January 30 at the Wentbridge House Hotel, Pontefract.

A spokesman for Oryen says: “We will emphasise the opportunities for brokers to offer clients secured loans as an alternative to remortgages.”

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