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Co-Operative Bank – Five-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Update

Co-Operative Bank – Five-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Update

Update: Five-year fixed to 75% LTV with £999 fee reduced by 0.8% to 3.39%, five-year fixed to 85% LTV with £999 fee reduced by 0.3% to 4.19%, five-year fixed to 75% LTV with no fee reduced by 0.9% to 3.59%, five-year fixed to 85% LTV with no fee reduced by 0.4% to 4.59%, £999 arrangement fee removed on five-year fixed rate current account exclusives at 3.39% to 75% LTV and 4.24% to 85% LTV, which now have no fee



Aegon reveals its wrap platform branding

Aegon UK has announced it is calling its at-retirement platform Aegon Retirement Choices. Wrap provider Novia is to provide the administration for the wrap for up to five years while the technology will be supplied by GBST. Aegon says the platform is on track for its launch to the at retirement market in Q4 this […]


Skandia Investment Group relocates to London

Skandia Investment Group has announced it will relocate all its UK staff to London from Southampton by 2013 following an internal business review. Currently 57 staff are located in Southampton, two thirds of SIG UK staff, the firm says it is hoped most of the Southampton staff will move to London. As a result of […]

Competition should be objective to avoid more consolidation

Which? has called for the Prudential Regulation Authority to be given a primary competition objective to ensure it does not contribute to market consolidation. Giving evidence to the Treasury select committee last week, Which? principal policy adviser Dominic Lindley said the objective is important following the increase in market concentration in the wake of the […]


MM Leader: Don’t let the regulator split advice sector

The state of Aifa’s finances, revealed earlier this week on the Money Marketing website, clearly highlights the predicament facing director general Stephen Gay. The trade body’s results for the year ended June 2011 show a deficit of nearly £200,000, compared with a small surplus the previous year. Gay has made no secret of the financial […]


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