Principality will begin operating under MMR rules from 16 March.
Proposed toughening of stress testing requirements likely to fuel fears of soaring decline rates.
Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks to adopt MMR compliant affordability criteria on 1 April.
BoE’s rate-setting committee voted to keep quantitative easing at £375bn.
Turner is to step down this year and will move across to the role of non-exec chair when a replacement is found
John Fitzpatrick fled the UK to South Africa to avoid justice
The Lending Wizard has launched sales incentives offering expensive prizes when loans complete
Shawbrook Bank is growing its market share ahead of an initial public offering
Capital Economics says lenders now have the resources to grow mortgage lending at a steady rate
The FOS has published a breakdown of the complaints it received between 1 July and 31 December last year.
Assets under management grew to £450bn for L&G’s investment arm, while Cofunds AUA hit £64bn.
Lenders say more borrowers may be tempted to try dodging affordability rules by submitting residential cases as buy-to-let.
The FOS has today published a breakdown of the complaints it received between 1 July and 31 December last year.
Purchases worth between £125,001-£250,000 will have full stamp duty paid; £250 cashack for under £125,000.
Gross lending up nearly 40% year-on-year.
Lenders withdrew £18.8bn in final four months of scheme, compared with £23bn in preceding 15 months.
Investment bank said to be leading pack of bidders for Investec’s mortgage arm, which includes Virgin Money, Metro Bank and Paragon.
Shawbrook Bank is growing its market share ahead of an initial public offering.
A Money Marketing investigation exposed estate agents’ “tricks” on broker fees.
Lender will start operating under MMR rules 12 days before official implementation date.
John Fitzpatrick fled the UK to South Africa to avoid justice.
Turner is to step down this year and will move across to the role of non-exec chair when a replacement is found.
Lending down 8 per cent between December and January.
MPC member Martin Weale says the first increase in base rate is likely to be next year.
85 per cent of brokers and 86 per cent of lenders say they are ready for the mortgage market review.
Lending to first-time buyers up between 21% and 33% in Celtic countries and London.
The English Housing Survey outlines a significant shift in UK housing tenures in 2012/13.
The class action will set out its legal strategy tomorrow as it looks to recuit 400 more clients.
Group market share stood at a record 3.8% at the end of 2013.
Six in 10 lenders believe declines could grow ’significantly’ - up from three in 10 just seven months ago.
Arrears management thematic review identifies concerns over TCF and front-line staff.
Separately, self-builders were granted an exemption from infrastructure levy yesterday.
FCA issued a warning notice against the banker earlier this month, but the individual was not named.
Best rate at 95% LTV falls faster since April than other LTVs have in past 12 months.
Redress includes compensation for unsuitable investment advice, missold PPI and interest rate swaps.
Lender no longer requires 12-month rental history for first-time buyers.
New chief executive Ross McEwan expected to unveil five-year cost cutting programme this week.
Chartwell Funding’s Duncan Bell has come out of retirement to sign for Newport Gwent Dragons.
Brokers speak out after Santander pulls mortgage offers up to one working day before completion.
Mortgage brokers are waiving large amount of fees in a bid to keep the proc fee.