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Leeds & Holbeck launches 5 year buy-to-let fixed mortgage

Leeds & Holbeck is rolling out a buy-to-let mortgage fixed for five years at 6.24 per cent. Available for purchase or remortgage, the loan allows landlords to acquire a maximum of three properties at a combined cost of no more than £500,000 up to a maximum of 75 per cent loan to value. Minimum valuation for each property is £50,000, except in the South East where it is £70,000 and in London where it stands at £85,000.

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White paper — Qatar International Insights

Jelf Employee Benefits highlights new legislation, key requirements and policy considerations when structuring international private medical insurance (IPMI) for expatriate employees in Qatar. This edition will be of particular interest to global human resource directors, compensation and benefits specialists and mobility managers who have employee populations in Qatar.

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