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Misys reassures brokers on regulation

Misys Life and Pensions is planning to offer members FSA authorisation for mortgages and general insurance business once the sectors are regulated.

Misys says that, although FSA plans are not yet finalised, it wants to reassure members they can seek regulation through the network.

It is also setting up a mortgage only network and plans to roll out a low cost appointed representative offering to brokers conducting non-regulated business.

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