Sept 15 – MCD is coming

BY IN Article On 24th September 2015

Any broker or firm that has not read the AMI or FCA publications on the Mortgage Credit Directive needs to start looking at these now. All firms need to make decisions about whether they will be offering second charge mortgages [...]

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Sept 15 – Rates and Debates

BY IN Article On 24th September 2015

The mortgage market is going from strength to strength at the moment with remortgage volumes picking up well. This is off the back of both extremely attractive rates being offered by lenders and a general fear being expressed in the [...]

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Sept 15 – As the UK economy edges towards an interest rate rise, who matters more: savers or borrowers?

BY IN Article On 23rd September 2015

It is now perceived wisdom that the only way for interest rates is up. This is despite the original Bank of England policy that QE would be unwound before increasing base rates. That assurance has been quietly dropped. The issue [...]

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Sept 15 – Falling for the advice gap

BY IN Article On 23rd September 2015

The Financial Advice Market Review under the joint stewardship of Treasury and FCA has been given both a wide scope and a compressed timescale to report. When compared to the lengthy consideration and construction periods given to both the RDR [...]

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