Law firm Goldsmith Williams is offering a free fee service to give brokers an alternative to lenders’ own free fee legal schemes.
The Competition Commission is considering banning the sale of Payment Protection Insurance at the point of sale of a credit product in order to improve competition and lower prices.
Home Funding chief executive Tony Ward says banks and hedge funds are beginning to look at distressed sales from mortgage lenders.
Aegon plans to increase its value of UK new business by 35 per cent to £213m by 2010 from the present level of £157m.
It was only a matter of time before The Pensions Regulator (TPR) started to issue escalating penalty notices, and that time has come. In its latest compliance and enforcement bulletin1, it lays out the powers it has used so far: These figures should come as no surprise to anyone in the corporate market and there […]
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