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TMB competition aimed at advisers

Sub-prime specialist The Mort- gage Business is running a competition for intermediaries as part of a spring mailshot to raise awareness of its products and new website.

Three mailings are being sent to 14,000 intermediaries, including IFAs, specialist brokers and tied agents. Mortgage Business, a subsidiary of the Bank of Scotland, has £3bn on its books.

Each mailing has one question and intermediaries must answer all three questions using information in the mailings to enter the competition by April 15.

The winner can choose either racing at Longchamps or the Monaco Grand Prix.

The campaign promotes the Mortgage Business&#39s full product range, including its new credit-repair mortgage.

The rate on the product is TMB&#39s standard variable rate, currently 7.49 per cent, plus 1 cent rate.

The campaign also promotes the Mortgage Business self-certification mortgage, which lets self-employed clients declare their own earnings. The company&#39s new website is set to be launched next month.

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