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How does the regulator view interest-only? Video panel part two

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 13/01/2017
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In part two of our video panel debate, sponsored by Leeds BS, chairperson and Mortgage Solutions' group editor Victoria Hartley asks the panel how the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) views interest-only mortgages.

The short video (07.12) debates the regulator’s approach to these products and the adviser’s and network’s  approach to achieving compliance in a complicated marketplace.

Our panel (from left to right) features:

Victoria Hartley, group editor and chair Mortgage Solutions

Andrew Montlake, director, Coreco

Mark Graves, sales director, Sesame Bankhall Group

Gareth Lowman, associate director, SPF Private Clients

Martese Carton, head of intermediary distribution, Leeds Building Society



See part one of our video panel here.

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