It was events that piqued readers' interest this week as the photo gallery from the IMLA annual dinner and comments made at the Financial Services Expo were among the most read.
Elsewhere, general broker sentiment seemed to take the lead as our analyses on how advisers handled fraud, how well they had prepared for Brexit, standard variable rates and thoughts on the Libor changeover were the most popular with readers.
Lloyds asks regulators if they understand execution-only makes lending riskier
How brokers tackle mortgage fraud: ‘There is no greater detective than a crinkly, grey haired adviser’
Scale of government cuts to mortgage interest support revealed
Mortgage brokers using only a handful of lenders ‘on FCA’s radar’ – AMI
Brokers must not put all their eggs in one basket with five-year fixes – Montlake
Mortgage SVRs remain a ‘major factor’ but many borrowers are not interested – analysis
TML’s Beaumont warns mortgage market must ‘wake up to scale’ of work ahead of Libor changeover – analysis
Photo gallery: IMLA Annual Dinner 2019
Broker Brexit preparations: ‘I’ve ignored all the advice from the FCA’ – analysis
Jobs cut at RBS mortgage centre
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