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More lenders sign up to em- round table event

Four further key residential lenders have confirmed that they will be attending em’s upcoming Cardiff roundtable event.

Representatives from Future, First National, Kensington and Platform will now all be present at the event which will be held on the July 12 at the St Davids Hotel & Spa in Cardiff.

Stuart Brumhill, head of marketing, says: All of these residential lenders are key to our business so we are delighted that all four will be joining Capital Homeloans and Mortgages plc who have already confirmed their attendance.

We are now looking forward to working together with all six in creating a fantastic roundtable event in South Wales.

The interest we have had from brokers for the event has been incredibly positive and now, as there are just a few places left, I would encourage anyone wishing to attend to contact us as soon as possible.

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