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CML launches online regulation training

The Council of Mortgage Lenders has launched an online regulation training package to familiarise both lenders and brokers with the new FSA regulations to be implemented this October.

The package is designed to help lenders and intermediaries train for
a variety of roles and also aims to support students in understanding
the FSA&#39s rules.

The web-based programme, produced in conjunction with Absolute Training Ltd, offers several modules. Those currently in development include courses for mortgage intermediaries, lifetime mortgages and business lending.

CML senior policy adviser Kate Main says: “Online training is the ideal way for busy people to get to grips with the new FSA requirements.”


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