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MCCB says 80 per cent of mortgage advisers are qualified

Latest figures from the Mortgage Code Compliance Board reveal 44,535 advisers have passed their professional exams, in advance of the December 31 qualification deadline.

The voluntary regulator says this means around 80 per cent of the estimated population of mortgage advisers are now professionally qualified.

The MCCB&#39s team will begin monitoring firms&#39 compliance under the new requirements from January.

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