The FSA has fined Nottingham mortgage broking firm Gillen Farrelly Independent Advisers £17,500 for failing to ensure it provided suitable advice which exposed over 80 customers to the risk of being sold an unsuitable self-certified mortgage.
The case arose from a number of visits to the firm, including one in August 2007 which was part of an FSA thematic project looking at the sale of self-certified mortgages. The regulator said that between...
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