The Council of Mortgage Lenders has taken steps to stamp out the current rampant fraud problem in the UK new-build sector.
Zurich has added a new plan to its series of guaranteed capital accounts.
Many mortgage borrowers who suffer from pre-existing medical conditions are trapped in unsuitable and often expensive payment protection policies, according to Burgesses.com.
Prudential has agreed a bulk annuity agreement with Cable and Wireless which covers a book of 5,000 members with assets in excess of £1bn.
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