A mortgage fraud scam by a family in Liverpool topped this week's most read stories.
Thoughts on Countrywide’s troubles and the impact on the broker market also grabbed reader attention, as well as the £82bn adviser opportunity outlined by Craig Calder from Barclays.
Elsewhere a broker firm that sees a huge 95% of complaints to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) upheld was in the news, as well as results and market insight from SimplyBiz.
Liverpool family jailed over million pound mortgage fraud scam
What do Countrywide’s troubles mean for mortgage advice? – JLM
The £82bn broker opportunity that’s too big to miss – Calder
Broker firm sees 95% of FOS complaints upheld as mortgage cases soar
Advisers moving away from ‘costly, restrictive networks’ – SimplyBiz
Brodnicki: I fear for brokers if your business is based on proc fees
Mortgage industry rejects FCA’s Duty of Care proposals
No-deal Brexit could mean interest rate cut, KPMG warns
The IMLA Annual Dinner 2018 – All the photos from the night
AMI: Broker firms risk complaints by segmenting advice