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The IMLA Annual Dinner 2018 – All the photos from the night

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The IMLA Annual Dinner 2018 – All the photos from the night
The Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association (IMLA) annual dinner took place at the Marriot Hotel in London on September 13, where the industry celebrated 30 years of the trade body.

Guests raised £3,460 for homelessness charity Huggard through donations on the night, while soprano singer Laura Wright entertained with her rendition of sporting anthems.

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