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Thank you: A message from L&G’s Danny Belton

by: Danny Belton, head of lender relationships, L&G Mortgage Club
  • 22/01/2019
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With every year that passes, the mortgage industry continually faces new challenges, and 2018 was no different in this respect.

 

However, while most change can be good, on occasions something comes along which is somewhat more unexpected and even more challenging. But whatever we face, over all the years I have been involved in this industry, we are prepared to tackle these challenges head-on, together, and in a positive way.

For me, my unexpected challenge came at the end of last year when my wife, Di, sadly passed away shortly after being diagnosed with a heart condition.

Naturally, it felt like my world had just collapsed, but since that day I have been amazed by the number of messages of goodwill and support from across the industry and have gained strength and positivity from them as I begin to think of a new and bright future with my two daughters.

Thank you to each and every one of you who have been in contact, for all your support and help. I will always be truly grateful, and I am very proud to know some fantastic people.

As we move through 2019, we will face more challenges, but I look forward to standing shoulder to shoulder with you, my friends, facing these challenges head-on, so that we continue to build a better mortgage market for anyone that needs our help in the future.

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