With the Mortgage Market Review implementation just months away we have five days of features, blogs and news to offer hints and tips on meeting new regulations and running your business smoothly.
Negotiating the post-MMR world
Mortgage Solutions’ Julia Rampen heads to Personal Touch’s Mortgage Market Review roadshow to get the latest regulation advice from the network.
Using insurance to properly service your clients – Uinsure
Uinsure’s Simon Taylor asks brokers how they can claim to fully service a client without providing insurance and other forms of protection.
Look out for Help to Buy fraudsters – xit2
Mark Blackwell of xit2 puts fraud in the mortgage industry under the microscope and how lenders need to up their game against fraudsters.
How cost of living affects mortgage affordability – Nationwide
Affordability will become a bigger issue following MMR and Nationwide’s Andrew Baddeley-Chappell looks at how the cost of living can affect your mortgage applications.
EU Mortgage Directive risks confusing consumers – Marketwatch
With the final rules from the European Credit Directive passed yesterday, this weeks’s on-the-money Market Watch considers the impact of this European legislation on the advice market. Take a look and see what our experts had to say.
Checklist: the six key MMR challenges for lenders
Worksmart’s Mark Walker-Smith looks at the key ways the MMR regulations will change the industry.
MMR won’t be a big bang so get started now – L&G
Stephen Smith of Legal & General has some words of encouragement for brokers ahead of the April changes.
Time for bridging lenders to seek regulation – Capital
With increased focus on the short-term lending community from the FCA Keith Aldridge, principal of Capital Bridging Finance, asks what the future holds for the sector.
Ask the Experts: What protection regulation changes should brokers look out for?
Kevin Paterson, managing director of Source Insurance, highlights changes to the underwriting of general insurance and how this affects insurers, consumers and intermediaries alike.
FCA cannot ignore views of smaller firms – Bob Hunt
Bob Hunt, chief executive of Paradigm Mortgage Services, calls on the FCA to make sure the voices of smaller firms are being heard.