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Stephen Kay wins Tudor golf championship draw

Stephen Kay of Stephen Kay Independent whos company is based in Leyland, was first out of the hat in Tudor Mortgage and Finance’s Open Golf Championship prize draw.

Kay wins four tickets to the final days play of the British Open Golf Championship, which is being held this year at Royal Liverpool Hoylake, on Sunday the 23rd July.

Tudors sales and marketing director at Tudor, says: We bought the tickets at a charity auction and rather than split the prize felt the winner should be able to make a day of it with family and friends.

The response to the competition has been tremendous and Im pleased that the tickets have gone to a golf enthusiast. I really hope that Stephen and his selected friends have a super day.

Kay says: I was absolutely thrilled to be first drawn out of the hat but not quite as thrilled as the impending trip to the shops for another designer outfit for my wife to attend.


Low MPPI take-up is a concern for all

There was a time when unemployment figures were pored over for trends. Then, for a long time the subject fell off our radars, but now unemployment is back on the agenda.

The recent sharp rise may be a blip but what if this is the start of an upward trend?

Sesame culls packager panel

Sesame has culled its packager panel, slashing it from 53 to 17. The IFA network says the decision was made because the number of packagers had become “unmanageable”. The IFA network sent out a questionnaire to all its packager partners. Based on the responses it received, it whittled down the number to 17.

FSA publishes newsletter for mortgage advisers

The Financial Services Authority has published the latest newsletter for mortgage advisers which is available on its website.The newsletter is a roundup of recent work and information relevant to mortgage advisers. The FSA says it is committed to providing help to small firms and making the FSA easier to do business with. From now on […]

Payment holiday warning is warning borrowers that taking a three- month repayment holiday on loans could leave them in limbo should their personal circumstances change before they resume their repayments.


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