London Credit announces prize draw winners at the NACFB Commercial Finance Expo 2018

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We are excited to announce the two winners of our prize draw at this year’s NACFB Commercial Finance Expo!


The winners were Gina Lysandrou of Arco Commercial Finance and Curtis Goring of The Aftersales Network.

They each received £150 Red Letter Days gift vouchers.


Marios Theophanous, our head underwriter, said: “For another year, London Credit has had the pleasure of participating in the NACFB’s Commercial Finance Expo. 

“We would like to thank the organisers for the terrifically coordinated event and venue, as well as everyone who visited us and met the team.” 

Pictured top (l-r): Saira Taggar, Chris Stylianides, Andy Georgiou, Jason Morrison, Marios Theophanous and Andy Charalambous (all London Credit)

5 July 2018


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