This week, the mortgage industry mourned the death of Stonebridge founder Richard Adams, who sadly passed away on Boxing Day.
His industry peers and family members paid tribute, which was read by many.
Predictions around the performance of the market in 2022 was of interest to readers this week, as were the announcements of promotions and hires at Hampshire Trust Bank, Mansfield Building Society and Yorkshire Building Society.
Obituary: Stonebridge founder Richard Adams passes away aged 58
Nationwide amends rates in light of base rate decision
Technology will be a major part of equity release for customers young and old – Rozario
New markets, better balance and YouTube channels: brokers’ New Year’s resolutions
Habito ups long-term fixed income cap for select borrowers
Welsh proposal to purchase cladded properties not workable in England – Greenhalgh
Mansfield BS promotes Tom Molloy to intermediary sales manager
Complex credit lending expected to grow but rate rises a challenge – Seddon
BTL remortgaging spike to come in 2022 ‒ Paragon
YBS and HTB promote Ben Merritt and Louisa Sedgwick to new roles
Shekina is the commercial editor at Mortgage Solutions. She has over four years' experience in the B2B publishing market, with previous industries including the accounting, pet, funeral, hospitality, retail and jewellery trades.
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