United Trust Bank announces the winner of its ‘Best of British’ lunch at the Savoy Grill

Colin Anderson, Executive Director of Seacco Capital is the lucky winner of United Trust Bank’s ‘Best of British’ lunch at the iconic Savoy Grill.

Mr Anderson completed United Trust Bank’s first broker survey of 2014 and was entered into a draw to win a lunch at the Savoy Grill’s ‘Kitchen Table’ for himself and three guests. Upon arrival they will be given a tour of the kitchen and, once seated at their table in the heart of the kitchen, will be guided through the menu by the senior chef in charge whilst a personal sommelier advises them on the best wines to accompany their meal. The Savoy Grill joined the Gordon Ramsay restaurant group in 2010.

Colin was presented with his prize at United Trust Bank’s Haymarket offices by executive director and head of the Bank’s Development Finance division, Noel Meredith.

On receiving his prize, Colin Anderson said:

“I was surprised and delighted to learn that I’d won this fantastic lunch at the Savoy and I look forward to taking my wife and parents out for a very memorable meal. It doesn’t take long to complete one of UTB’s surveys and I’m usually happy to share my views on industry issues. On this occasion, I’m very glad I did!

“United Trust Bank has a very good reputation within development and bridging finance and I look forward to working with them in the future.”

Noel Meredith, Executive Director at United Trust Bank, said:

“Colin and his guests are going to have a fabulous lunch experiencing the atmosphere of a busy professional kitchen in a world famous restaurant. And who knows? Perhaps Gordon Ramsay will drop in for one of his regular visits!

“Thank you to everyone who completed the first UTB broker survey of 2014. The first quarter has been very busy across all of our lending divisions so I suspect our customers are also finding that time is at a premium. That makes us all the more grateful for the few minutes they’ve dedicated to completing our survey. We really value your opinions on issues affecting our industry and your feedback helps us to refine and expand our offering so that we may continue to provide brokers and borrowers with the products and services they need.”