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  • 04/12/2001
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Around 12,000 mortgage advisers have yet to register for compulsory professional qualifications whic...

Around 12,000 mortgage advisers have yet to register for compulsory professional qualifications which will be compulsory from December 2002, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders.

Around 58,000 advisers have now registered for or completed their exams, but the Mortgage Code Compliance Board is urging the remaining advisers to get on track before it is too late. A total of 43,000 advisers have registered for the CeMAP qualification, with 17,200 already qualified.

The Chartered Insurance Institute said that 3,600 advisers have completed the Mortgage Advice Qualification, with a further 2,300 registered to take the exam.


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