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Click to increase sales team

Click has revealed its plans to recruit a further 100 staff to meet 2007 growth targets.

The rising volume of secured loan enquiries underpins the recruitment initiative, which is expected to create a number of sales management and sales executive posts.

Anna White, human relations manager at Click, says: “We’re looking to recruit the best in the business for our rapidly growing operation.

“Because of our speedy growth there is tremendous scope for career development and the opportunity to be part of a successful growing business.

“We aim to be the UK’s biggest independent loans provider, so to achieve this we need to reinforce our existing team with the right people because a company is only as good as the staff behind it.

“And as enquiries for secured loans rocket we need a bigger workforce to meet demand.”


Clearing up confusion about the FSA’s attitude to AVMs

This letter is prompted by the huge number of enquiries we have had at UKValuation regarding the recent Financial Services Authority guidance note on the use of automated valuation models. The context of this note is the issuance of the new FSA Prudential Sourcebook and the rules for mortgage lenders including societies. The driver for […]

BM Solutions unveils B2L deals

BM Solutions has launched deals in its buy-to-let range including a two-year tracker at base plus 0.04% at 110% rental income cover. Other products include a 5.39% rate fixed until May 1 2009.

Age limits in the spotlight

Lenders that impose an age limit on mortgages could be shooting themselves in the foot as more people are requiring mortgages into retirement, say industry pundits.

If you think press ads for small brokers are bad, take a look at the internet

In response to a recent letter from Simon Robins (Mortgage Strategy March 12), I would like to express my continued exasperation at the degree to which some mortgage brokers seem to persistently and (heaven forbid) knowingly flout the MCOB3 regulations. But my message to Simon is this – if you think press advertising is bad, […]

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White paper — recording sickness absence

The latest figures from the Department for Work and Pensions illustrate that sickness absence is still a major cost to businesses, with an annual bill for sick pay and associated costs to employers of £9bn. This paper from Jelf Employee Benefits looks at the importance of recording sickness absence for any employee health strategy and how this can be carried out in an efficient manner to reduce absence, improve employee engagement and drive up profits.


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