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Sept 17 – 50 years without a better robot

BY IN Article On 19th September 2017

Much is being made of the march of technology predicted to make redundant the traditional mortgage broker. [...]

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Sept 17 – Ageing population

BY IN Article On 19th September 2017

With the FCA’s report on their ageing population work due this autumn and the ongoing collaboration across the industry on later life lending, it is clear that education and communication is key. [...]

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August 17 – Nailed down

BY IN Article, FCA On 16th August 2017

After great deliberation, the FCA is now consulting on “Individual Accountability: Extending the Senior Managers and Certification Regime to all firms”.  This new regime will replace the existing Approved Persons regime and moves us from the reality of consumer detriment [...]

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August 17 – Still paying for the bad apples

BY IN Article, FCA On 16th August 2017

Contributions to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme continue to unfairly dwarf the other elements of firms’ regulatory bills. [...]

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July 17 – Where is our regulator?

BY IN Article On 24th July 2017

The FCA has confirmed regulatory fees for the next year and firms will receive their invoices over the coming weeks. The 10% decrease in the FCA’s periodic fee for mortgage intermediaries is welcomed. [...]

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July 17 – The second half

BY IN Article On 24th July 2017

As Brexit now assumes inevitability, we are beginning to see firms that need a European trading hub deciding where they will relocate some core activities. [...]

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July 17 – Later Life Borrowers

BY IN Article On 14th July 2017

There is a lot of effort going into addressing the issues faced by older consumers, and it is encouraging that the industry is making such positive steps together in this area.   [...]

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June 17 – Digital innovation through the lens of technology

BY IN Article On 21st June 2017

Innovation in the mortgage market has been a key focus in the past 12 months with emerging firms issuing glossy PR and the FCA opening up its regulatory sandbox for risk free advice. [...]

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June 17 – Cyber risks

BY IN Article On 21st June 2017

The global spread of the WannaCry ransomware last month should be a wake-up call for businesses to review their cyber security infrastructure, [...]

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June 17 – The rising tide of consumer credit

BY IN Article On 21st June 2017

Following various high profile warnings over rising consumer debt, the Financial Conduct Authority has said it will review the sector. [...]

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