FCA to consult on mortgage terms after tracker hikes

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to consult the industry on the significance of small print in mortgage contracts in the wake of decisions by banks to increase their tracker rates.

Speaking at the Financial Services Expo in London on Tuesday, FCA mortgage and consumer lending director Linda Woodall said a decision by West Bromwich Building Society to increase rates on certain...

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