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HML wins business award

Homeloan Management Limited has won the accolade for Most Effective Business Continuity Plan of the year at the Financial Services Technology awards.

The award, presented by television entertainer Tom O&#39Connor at London&#39s Royal Lancaster Hotel, recognised HML&#39s excellence in the use of IT in business continuity planning for the protection of the company.

Steve Haggerty, managing director at HML, says: “We&#39re delighted to receive this award, which demonstrates our commitment to providing a first class, robust business continuity plan to our clients, business partners and staff.”

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