Association of Mortgage Intermediaries

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Welcome to The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries
The Voice of the Broker

The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI) is the trade association that represents the views and interests of UK mortgage brokers involved in the generation of mortgage business via professional financial intermediaries. We work with government, regulators and policymakers to ensure the Mortgage industry meets the highest standards.

Robert Sinclair, Chief Executive for the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI), explains the main benefits of membership.

Our Role

AMI is a non-commercial, not-for-profit trade body. We exist to campaign for light touch and relevant, proportionate regulation and work for a positive market for Mortgage Intermediaries.

Our Objectives

It is AMI’s objective to play a critical but constructive role within the mortgage regulation process – offering insights from the ‘front line’ of the intermediary mortgage market.

Benefits of Membership

Keep abreast of matters affecting the industry, Gain access to the confidential member-only section of our website, and contribute to AMI’s influence on policy and representation.

Our Influence

AMI has a strong lobbying voice which enables us to progress and promote ideas at a government level. We encourage sound thinking in the industry and drive for action.

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News (Members Only)

General Data Protection RegulationJanuary 2018
We have updated our factsheet.

AMI Local Breakfast Events – January 18
Join us for breakfast at local events across the country.

EGM – January 2018
We are calling an Extraordinary General Meeting on 18 January 2018 to amend our Articles of Association.




Beyond the regulatory perimeter

Unregulated activities have gained interest over recent years as compensation scheme claims against intermediaries have risen dramatically.

Keeping focus

The FCA as part of its activity developing its “Mission” has recently issued a series of documents to allow input over its approach to consumers, competition and authorisation, with more to follow.

Making bubbles

For many decades the profile of mortgage lending remained largely unchanged.