Intermediaries’ share of the mortgage market is holding up despite concerns that dual-pricing would dent business.
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Last year proved to be a busy time for Johnson Fleming’s events team. In addition to attending and hosting events across the country, the company orchestrated a series of webinars that took place throughout the year.
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