Woolwich has set up its City Bonus mortgage for bankers, brokers, consultants and entrepreneurs who expect big bonuses this winter. It says only people who want to borrow over 500,000 need apply. The discounted tracker with an offset facility starts at 0.51 per cent below the bank’s base rate, offering an initial rate of 4.24 per cent.
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On-Line Partnership has reported a two-thirds increase in profits for the year to June 30 from 743,253 to 1.23m. Turnover increased by 23.7 per cent from 23.1m to 28.6m.
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Origo has signed its 20,000th Unipass user as it recognises the growing need for e-commerce, particularly in the mortgage industry. The standards body says with growing numbers of mortgage lenders also planning to use the service, Unipass now offers more benefits than ever to its users.It says almost 60 per cent of existing users work […]
Matt Shafer, head of international distribution at Natixis Global Asset Management, tells Ignites Europe how he sees distribution changing in different European markets. Read the full article here:
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