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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 25/10/2019

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 25/10/2019
Sector-wide changes were among the hot topics this week, as a revisioning of the equity release qualification and the Financial Conduct Authority choosing to shift its focus in regulation were some of the most read news.

 

Activity within the major high street banks also caught reader’s attention as Vernon Hill’s premature departure from Metro Bank was of the much interest, as was Santander’s investment into a mortgage technology firm.

 

Equity release qualification to be overhauled

 

First-time buyer boom is sustainable post-Help To Buy – Phillips

 

FCA to focus on outcomes not rule compliance in regulation overhaul

 

Santander backs mortgage tech firm that snaps up borrowers from aggregators

 

Broker fees: ‘If we don’t self-regulate, the regulator will’ – Pure Retirement Manchester Supper Club

 

Mortgage market ‘too complex’ for Amazon and Google to enter – Mortgage Brain

 

Vernon Hill stands down from Metro Bank with immediate effect

 

‘We’ll always be upfront about the costs’ – Habito defends Go service

 

Remo market strong, but down valuations raising stress levels – analysis

 

CYBG prepares to rebrand as Virgin Money after completing business transfer

 

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