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FSCS sets out bond misselling figures

Defunct companies Berry Birch & Noble Financial Services, David Aaron Partnership and RJ Temple lost most claims for precipice bond misselling, according to figures from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

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Product Matters: Amber gets green light

As money-market rates have fallen, new lower fixed rates have become a daily occurrence in the mortgage market, with plenty of lenders jockeying for best buy coverage. Meanwhile, the non-conforming market has seen increased competition and as a consequence the borrower has been benefiting from improving rates. With this as the backdrop, Amber has launched […]

SPML announces new product range

SPML announces its new product range called 8, with eight products covering the full non-conforming credit spectrum.The new range has a mixture of fixed and discounted options with two or three year options, no early repayment charges or overhangs beyond the fixed term.The 8 range consists of near prime, minor adverse, light adverse, medium adverse, […]

A&L announces plans to join BTL market

Alliance & Leicester announces plant to join the buy-to-let market.The bank announced its intention to move into this new market in its half-year trading statement. A&L plans to offer BTL through its intermediary channel.Head of intermediary mortgages Mehrdad Yousefi says: “This news marks an exciting development for Alliance & Leicester Mortgages. While we continue to […]

Key themes for 2017

Capital Market Notes, December 2016 Dave Lafferty, chief market strategist at Natixis Global Asset Management, assesses the accuracy of his 2016 outlook and provides his thoughts and outlook for 2017. Click here to read the full article

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