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Langdowns DFK’s CEO, Neil Raynsford, will be putting his running shoes on once again to tackle the grueling London Marathon, along with his wife, Christina, to help raise money for Contact – a UK-based charity that supports families with disabled children.

Langdowns DFK are delighted to continue their support of the Test Valley Business Awards for the 14th consecutive year. By becoming a Silver Sponsor, we will be joining a whole host of organisations on Friday 16th March to celebrate the plethora of business excellence in Test Valley.

This April will see the rise of pension contributions for employers. The total minimum contribution will be increasing from 2% to 5% in April 2018 and then to 8% in April 2019.

We are nearly 10 years from the start of the ‘Great Recession’ and business continues to be positive, even with headwinds such as Brexit, Trump and general political unrest around the world. Does this mean it’s a good time to raise finance for your business, and for that matter, what type of finance?

We were honoured to be supporting North Bridge Agri on their quest to raise funds for 5 Talents, a UK-based charity which provides the training, structuring and infrastructure platform to develop savings groups in communities which otherwise have no hope of opening bank accounts or taking commercial loans.

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