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Enterprise Homeloans receives FSA authorisation

Enterprise Homeloans announces it has received formal authorisation from the FSA to be an arranger.

Enterprise is a private company specialising in the marketing and packaging of non-conforming morgages for the Zurich Advice Network and the Zurich Mortgage Network.

Enterprise chief executive Michael Clapper says: “In light of the sentients throughout the industry, it would have been foolish to continue to plan for an unregulated future and swim against the tide. Our customers and lenders expected us to be authorised and commercially we felt there was no choice.”

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