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John Terry, super-bridges and autobiographies – Mortgage Solutions News Quiz

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John Terry, super-bridges and autobiographies – Mortgage Solutions News Quiz
Here's our news quiz to test your knowledge of the week's most thought-provoking, quirkiest and downright bizarre moments on Mortgage Solutions.

According to former GMAC-RFC chairman Stephen Knight’s autobiography released this week, what did he do after He Came, He Saw, He Conquered?

 

 

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A)He bought himself a yacht
B)He fell over
C)He wrote a pop song

 

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Correct answer: B) He fell over

What sky-high offer did former England and Chelsea captain John Terry receive on his nine-bedroomed mansion from a mystery foreign investor this week?

 

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A)£25M
B)£9M
C)£16

 

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Correct answer: C)£16M

Which head of a specialist mortgage club was elected to the board of the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries this week?

 

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A)Bob Hunt
B)John Malone
C)Martin Reynolds

 

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Correct answer: C)Martin Reynolds

What was the address of the residential property development project in Central London on which Omni Capital completed a £127.5m super-bridge?

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A) 1 Palace Street
B) 1 Queen Elizabeth Street
C) 1 Tower Hill

 

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Correct answer: A) 1 Palace Street

Who is courting ex Financial Services Authority chief executive Sir Hector Sants to persuade him to lead a financial services taskforce, two months after leaving Barclays due to stress?

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A) David Cameron

B) The Archbishop of Canterbury

C) Ed Balls

 

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