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BDS Secured Loans extends commission incentive

BDS Secured Loans, the Fareham-based master broker, is extending its 10% extra commission incentive until the end of April 2008.

The incentive, in addition to the very competitive commission structure already in place, forms part of BDS Secured Loans aggressive 2008 marketing strategy to highlight the benefits of its offering. All deals received by the end of April 2008 will get 10% extra commission on completion.

BDS Secured Loans currently splits the income from a case after costs with brokers 50/50 in order to ensure brokers are receiving a fair deal. This extension of the 10% extra commission initiative added to a quality service offering, access to the sectors top providers and the latest technological support ensures that brokers are benefiting even further when placing deals with BDS Secured Loans.

Mark Clinton, director at BDS Secured Loans, says: “There is no getting away from the fact that we are currently working in a challenging marketplace. However this makes it even more important for us, as a master broker, to implement extra initiatives to add even greater value to broker’s propositions whilst maintaining good quality service through quick and efficient processing. We are delighted to be in a position to extend our commission offering which ultimately means even more revenue is available to our brokers.”

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