‘If you do not wish to offer protection advice, refer it’
Mortgage market study launched today
Brokerage Goldman Group has taken the decision to stop offering mortgage and insurance advice due to the tough market conditions.
FSA intervention in the mortgage sector in the near future could deliver the wrong outcomes for consumers as the market is still not functioning normally, the CML warns.
Mortgage brokers have been warned put TCF first, even when business conditions are tough.
Mortgage brokers are broadly optimistic about their business prospects for the next 12 months, research from RBS Intermediary Partners (RBS IP) shows.
The number of brokers operating in the intermediary mortgage market has further to shrink, according to the latest member survey from the Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association (IMLA).
Network members in the mortgage and general insurance (GI) sectors are not ahead of their directly authorised counterparts when it comes to compliance, new research from MS2M shows.
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Mortgage brokers will not be charged a levy by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme in 2007/08, although IFAs not holding client money are still liable for a charge of £42m.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has launched a web based tool designed to enable financial intermediaries create their own disclosure documents
Axa is making its protection proposition available to advisers across the whole of market instead of just mortgage brokers.
IFA Promotions (IFAP) has angered mortgage brokers by claiming IFAs are the only intermediaries that can offer truly independent whole of market financial advice.
The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (Ami) has today launched its One Year On campaign, calling for input from brokers on their experiences.
Affordability based calculations help brokers write more business research published today claims.
A new email service has been launched which keeps acquisitive IFAs informed about potential new purchases hitting the market.
The Financial Services Authority has launched a nationwide crackdown to weed out mortgage brokers who are operating illegally.