A well earnt break for CILEx student as PSG announce Title and Legal Insurance competition winner

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18 June 2013


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Annie Scrancher with Business Development Manager, Mike Stainsby

Conveyancing Assistant Annie Scrancher of Bromets Jackson Heath in Tadcaster, was this week announced as the lucky winner of the PSG Title and Legal Indemnity Insurance Competition earning her a prize of five hundred pounds of holiday vouchers.

Annie, who has worked at Bromets Jackson Heath for 3 years, says of winning the competition “When I was confirmed as the winner of the PSG Title Insurance competition I was so shocked! It really couldn’t have come at a better time as I am studying for the CILEx exams at the moment, a holiday would be an amazing chance to take a break from all the revision. I’m hoping to use the holiday vouchers to book a trip to Rome.”

Mike Stainsby, Business Development Manager for PSG Client Services, visited Annie to present her with her prize: “Exam time is a particularly stressful period for all students, I take my hat off to students like Annie who not only find the time to revise but balance this with a job. The prize could not have gone to a more deserving candidate! All our clients are extremely busy throughout the year, being able to offer one of them a well earned rest is our way of showing how much we appreciate the hard work that they do.”

PSG, a market leading provider of commercial and residential searches and reports teamed up with specialist insurance provider CLS to integrate their comprehensive suite of residential and commercial title insurance products – ConveySure into PSG’s online ordering system – PSGConnect.

For a full list of ConveySure policies available from PSG, please visit the website, or contact Rebecca Harrison by telephone – 01226 246644 or email: rebeccaharrison@propertysearchgroup.co.uk

 



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