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The top 10 biggest mortgage broker stories this week – 12/04/19

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The top 10 biggest mortgage broker stories this week – 12/04/19
Review this week's top stories including Standard Chartered attracting the second-largest penalty ever from the regulator with one of its United Arab Emirates clients attempting to deposit £500,000 stuffed into a suitcase.


Nationwide’s launch into the equity release market, with white-labelled products through Pure Retirement also attracted plenty of attention, alongside Moneysupermarket’s launch of an end-to-end mortgage service with broker partners London & Country and Fluent Mortgages.

Enjoy this week’s biggest stories and the Mortgage Solutions team wishes you a great weekend.


Standard Chartered fined £102m after customer opened account with £500k in suitcase


Nationwide launches later life lending products


Moneysupermarket launches remortgage platform with broker partners


FCA’s market study is ‘bizarre, confusing and worrying’ – Wilson

Why Beyoncé and other HNWs put a mortgage on it – Izard

Mortgage Advice Bureau and Penrith Building Society partner on broker firm launch

Nationwide regionalises mortgage broker support teams

Brokers unimpressed by Labour house price ‘target’ plans


FCA slams insurers for selling unsuitable products at ‘significantly higher prices’

Legal and General exploring launch into later life advice

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