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Top 10 most-read Mortgage Solutions stories this week – 08/12/17

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Top 10 most-read Mortgage Solutions stories this week – 08/12/17
Consolidation in the buy-to-let (BTL) market owing to the fee ban and regulatory changes received the most attention this week while a £4m FCA fine for an insurance broker’s biased advice also captured our readers’ imaginations.

Leadership changes at Scottish Widows Bank and Experian’s investment in London and Country also drew heavy interest.

For the rest of the week’s most popular stories, read on below.

Fee ban and BTL changes driving estate agent mergers

FCA fines insurance broker £4m for sales bias toward ex-parent firm

Martin Fleming steps down as head of Scottish Widows Bank – exclusive

Experian buys 25% stake in telephone broker London and Country

GDPR: Seven things you need to know to protect your business

IFA listing website hits back at Which? broker accreditation investigation

Santander launches soft credit check for mortgage decision in principle

Barclays, Nationwide and API-driven payment network join FCA’s ‘Innovate’ sandbox

Private finance alternative to Help to Buy announced at UK Finance dinner

Skipton International increases proc fees

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