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Complete offers brokers credit crunch lunch

Mortgage packager and distributor, Complete Mortgage and Loan Services is inviting brokers to attend “The Complete Credit Lunch” to discuss market diversification.

The event will be held at St Mary’s Stadium, home of Southampton Football Club on Wednesday 1 April 2009.

The lunch will run from 10.30 am to 2.30 pm and includes presentations from Complete.

There is also the chance to meet some of Completes’ specialist partners, including Eurodebt, Affirmative Finance, Refreshmycredit, and Trigold, who will all be hosting tables.

Tristan Pile, sales and marketing director at Complete, says: “Our strap-line for this event on 1 April is ‘You would be a fool to miss it . . .’, because we believe that this day will offer real value to attendees that are actively looking to diversify their businesses into new areas, and capitalise on new opportunities.

“As a long established and very experienced packager, we understand that only firms who can adapt to the marketplace will be able to survive and thrive. So, we have seized the chance to offer brokers a variety of ways in which to increase their income.

“The forthcoming Complete Credit Lunch continues our tradition of bringing brokers and product suppliers together, and we look forward to a lively and informative day. We believe there is such a thing as a “Free Lunch” and expect demand for places to be high, so early registration is recommended”

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