Anne Robinson must be quaking in her knee-high boots as Tracey Cavanagh, business development manager at mortgage packager Zebra Homeloans, squares up for the Weakest Link Challenge.Cavanagh has gone through the trial stages and will be appearing on the show next week. Let us hope she has packaged all her general knowledge and won’t be hearing that fateful phrase too early in the quiz. Good luck Tracey.
Ample group sales director Alan Easter has quit the firm.Ample, which now trades under the Interactive Investor banner, was acquired from AMP by Capital Accumulation last March. Interactive offers online share dealing, a best of breed fund supermarket and a comparative mortgage quotation service.
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