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Acquisition company Corum buys Mortgage Direct

Vulture company Corum is buying Mortgage Direct for £15.3m according to the Financial Times.


Corum which specialises in acquisitions, listed itself on the alternative investment market in July in order to create a financial services company.


It will partly fund the acquisition through a placing and an open offer of 2.6m shares at 1.25p each.


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