Lenders will standardise IT systems says Unisys

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Two-thirds of mortgage lenders will continue to invest in IT systems over the next two to three years despite heavy investment during 2004 to meet the requirements of the Financial Services Authority, research reveals.

A survey carried out by Unisys claims increasing regulation and changing market economics are the driving forces behind IT spending. It says future IT investment will focus on standardising many mortgage...

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