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Pink offers second regulation guide for intermediaries

Pink Home Loans has published a follow up guide to its initial regulation booklet entitled The Road to Regulation, aimed at supporting intermediaries.
Called The Road Ahead, it outlines the main issues intermediaries need to consider when deciding on their regulatory future.
Marketing manager Mark Howell says: “The first guide was very well received within the industry so we decided to put our compliance expertise and knowledge to good use again and have published a second guide.”
Pink IT and compliance director Elliott Stoneham says: &#39The timing of the guide is crucial as the final FSA application deadline at the end of April is fast approaching and it is now that intermediaries need the most support to help them make their decision.”

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