Jan 20 – Residential Renaissance

BY IN Article On 15th January 2020

As we leave behind the election, the new government has a range of challenges facing it.  One amongst many is the housing dilemma, in that all parties committed in their manifestos to get Britain building even more.  The delivery of [...]

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Jan 20 – Changes at the FOS

BY IN Article On 15th January 2020

The New Year will bring a consultation on changes to the funding of the Ombudsman service.  It appears that the PPI debacle has masked a savage increase in overheads at the service where the PPI case fees have subsidised a [...]

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Jan 20 – The shifting view on income protection

BY IN Article On 3rd January 2020

The phrase ‘mortgage protection products are sold; they are not bought’ surfaces time and time again. But this is true in a post-MMR (Mortgage Market Review) world where the core mortgage advice and application process takes a significant amount of [...]

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