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igroup accepted as member of MCCB

Sub-prime lender igroup has this week been accepted as a full member of the Mortgage Code Compliance Board.

igroup, which previously dealt with unregistered brokers, says it is delighted with the move and sees it as a positive development for both the company and customers.

But the MCCB says it is disappointed that Penrith Building Society has decided not to re-register with the mortgage code.

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