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AToM to seek direct authorisation from FSA

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Packager, All Types of Mortgages (AToM), will apply for direct FSA authorisation for both regulated ...

Packager, All Types of Mortgages (AToM), will apply for direct FSA authorisation for both regulated mortgages and lifetime mortgages. Vic Jannels, managing director of AToM, said: ‘While there is a need to understand the implications of regulation, there is no need to enter into potentially extreme contracts at this stage. Organisations that take the route of appointed representatives will have a more informed choice of the principal organisations and their offerings next year.’


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