em- has revealed that professional golfer and sporting personality Richard Boxall will be the guest speaker at its annual golf day in association with GMAC-RFC.During the em-invitational charity golf day on June 27 at Buckinghamshire Golf Club teams of four from across the industry will take part in competitions and in a charity auction in the evening. All proceeds will go to four charities – Habitat for Humanity, Cancer Research UK, MND Association and Treloar’s. With a career as a golfer that included winning the European tour and his experience as a Sky Sports presenter, Boxall will entertain players and celebrities with anecdotes and tips. Stuart Brumhill, head of marketing at em-, says: “We are delighted that such a high profile sporting personality will be our guest speaker.”
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 […]
Bananas Inc has launched its Lifeline remortgage scheme that allows bankrupt customers to pay off their creditors and remortgage their homes. Under the scheme a solicitor is instructed to liaise with creditors and appointed representatives charged with monitoring the bankrupt to agree a settlement figure. Once the settlement amount has been finalised, it is secured […]
The Department for Communities and Local Government has slated the findings of an independent study commissioned by GMAC-RFC into the economic impact of Home Information Packs as absurd.The study, carried out by Oxford Economic Forecasting, looks at the economic impact of a 10% and 25% fall in housing transactions arising from the imposition of a […]
Millions of UK home owners could be undervaluing their possessions by tens of thousands of pounds, according to Norwich Union.
The theme of ‘creative destruction’, or the impact of new technology, gathered pace in 2015. But which companies make an attractive investment? Stephen Moore, manager of the Artemis US Extended Alpha Fund, reviews. Click here to read the full article
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