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The Specialist Lending Senate 2017 – the photo highlights

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The Specialist Lending Senate 2017 – the photo highlights
Held at the Brooklands Hotel in Surrey, the Specialist Lending Senate 2017 brought together key spokespeople from the mortgage industry to network and debate the issues of the day. See how the day played out at our second annual Senate.

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