Building Societies Association (BSA) chairman and Skipton CEO David Cutter today launched a mutuals manifesto in partnership with the Association of Financial Mutuals.
The Building Societies Association (BSA) and the Association of Financial Mutuals (AFM) have today launched a manifesto aimed at ensuring consumers get a fair deal from financial services.
Labour's pre-election campaign has ranked help for the housing market high on its agenda.
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The Building Societies Association (BSA) wants the Bank of England to take ‘great care' before wading into the mortgage market with more tools to pare back lending risk.
Over a quarter of people with a mortgage say they will be in financial trouble when interest rates rise, according to research.
Just under half of Britons who were asked about their feelings towards the building of large scale housing programmes said they would oppose plans in their immediate neighbourhood.
Accord becomes the latest large lender to cap large loans following June's Financial Stability Report in which Mark Carney announced a cap on high loan to income lending (LTI).
First-time buyers will suffer if smaller lenders are not given greater freedom to lend above four-and-a-half times borrowers' income, warned the Building Societies Association (BSA).
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