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Eve quits E-loan for new net role

Online broker E-Loan managing director Frank Eve has joined internet solutions company Screen Pages following the sale of E-Loan to Moneygator.

Eve founded the UK&#39s first online flexible mortgage infomediary,, in February 1999 before selling the company to E-Loan eight months later, becoming its product strategy director as part of the deal.

After being promoted to managing director last September, he presided over the deal between E-Loan and internet-based comparative service Moneygator following the broker&#39s lacklustre performance.

Screen Pages designs and develops websites for financial and retail companies, including Inter-Alliance, RJ Temple and Britannic Money Investment Services.

As business development director, Eve&#39s role will be to help established financial services firms to develop an internet presence. He says his experiences with E-Loan have given him an insight into the needs of financial and retail businesses in today&#39s markets.


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