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The 10 biggest mortgage broker stories this week – 30/11/18

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The 10 biggest mortgage broker stories this week – 30/11/18
Protests at NatWest branches over the lender's landlord mortgage policy towards tenants on benefits has been the biggest story this week.

Also topping the headlines was a warning from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) over an insurance broker that had its authorisation revoked.

And online estate agent Emoov grabbed attention over reports it could be about to enter administration.


NatWest forced to shut branches by protests over landlord benefit policies

FCA cancels insurance broker’s authorisation urging customers to check cover

Online estate agent Emoov on brink of administration – reports

Predatory mortgage support boss disqualified as company director

‘Niche first-time buyer mortgages undersold due to lack of adviser knowledge’ – poll result

Barclays and TSB latest lenders to cut mortgage rates

Sesame Bankhall Group strengthens management in raft of role changes

Accord offers brokers ‘resource library’ to grow businesses

Barclays admits reporting error on UKFI product transfer data – exclusive

Intrinsic hires Stuart Davies as adviser services and compliance operations director

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