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Mortgages plc and Kensington to sponsor em-financial event

em-financial says two of the five affiliate sponsors for its upcoming em-5 in association with Platform will be Kensington and Mortgages plc.

The fifth birthday celebrations will take place on September 22 at the exclusive Thornton Manor.

Each affiliate sponsor will be sponsoring one of the five sensory zones at the VIP black tie dinner and will bring to life through a variety of entertainment – touch, sight, smell, taste and sound.

Alison Hutchinson, managing director for Kensington, says: Kensington Mortgages would like to congratulate em-financial on five successful years no mean feat considering the competitive nature of the market and the changing regulatory environment.

Its a testament to the strength of the company and Kensington looks forward to working with em-financial in years to come.

Julian Wells, head of marketing for Mortgages plc, says: We are delighted to be participating in em-‘s fifth birthday celebrations and look forward to raising a glass with Roger, Simon and the rest of the team to toast their ongoing success.


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