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Calling all mortgage advisers – AMI Protection Viewpoint is back

The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI) Protection Viewpoint is back for a fourth consecutive year and the trade body is calling on all mortgage advisers to complete a short survey.

The survey can be found here.

The questions cover approaches to protection, the tools used by advisers, the impact of Consumer Duty and what advisers think should be done within the industry to help increase consumer trust.

Why should advisers get involved?

  • It only takes five minutes to complete.
  • Responses are anonymous.
  • They don’t have to be an AMI member.
  • Their views will shape this year’s report.
  • The findings will help identify the opportunities, barriers and challenges from an intermediary perspective.

AMI, alongside sponsors L&G and Royal London, will share key findings from the adviser and consumer research during a launch event at 9am on 8 November.

Find out more about Viewpoint here.

Stacy Penn, Senior Policy Adviser at AMI said:

“I’m delighted that AMI is running its adviser survey for the fourth year and can’t wait to see what this year’s results tell us.

Adviser views form an important part of our research, particularly as we can compare and contrast consumer and adviser views to see where any gaps lie. We can only do this with the support of the sector and the more survey responses we receive, the better informed our research will be.

AMI recognises it is a busy time for many mortgage advisers and is grateful for your time and support. The survey will close on 6 September.”


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