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Portman rolls out six new loans

Portman Building Society is offering six new mortgages. The mortgages are a 5.99 per cent mortgage fixed until 1 February, 2006, a 5.75 per cent mortgage fixed until 1 February 2003, a 3.99 per cent mortgage fixed until 1 February 2003, a 5.75 per cent mortgage fixed until 1 February 2003 and a discount rate mortgage discounted at 2.00 per cent below the standard variable rate until February 2004.

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Abbey National is counting on intermediaries embracing the internet and has invested £5m in developing a mortgage-introducer internet service.While not ignoring the direct approach, Abbey is hoping a direct link with intermediaries for mortgage applications will strengthen its position as a major player.The site aims to remove the hassle for intermediaries and consumers applying for […]

Ansell takes on industry liaison role for Misys IFA Services

Misys IFA Services has made a series of high-profile appointments.Nick Ansell becomes director responsible for external industry affairs. His role will be to support the Misys networks by working with industry trade bodies, associations and leaders in the financial services industry.Ansell was previously managing director of IFA Network, a subsidiary company which Misys bought earlier […]

Marsden Building Society – Plan 24 Fixed Rate Mortgage

Wednesday, 25th October 2000.Fixed term: Five years.Fixed rate: 6.35 per cent.Minimum loan: £30,000.Maximum loan: Up to 90 per cent of valuation subject to no maximum.Income multiples: Three times principal income plus second or 2.5 times joint.Arrangement fee: £295.Redemption fee: Five per cent of amount repaid in year one, four per cent in year two, three […]

Supermarket sweep or an online extravaganza?

The concept of the one-stop shop is the Mecca for 21st Century retailers. The largest retail chains have been moving towards the Holy Grail of providing a “complete service” with increasing speed in recent years.It is already possible to do your banking at the supermarket but would you be happy to trade shares via your […]

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