The Financial Conduct Authority releasing its final rules and guidelines for Consumer Duty was amongst top read for this week.
The proposals have wide ranging ramifications on the mortgage space, including product design, distribution and customer communication to name a few.
The news that Habito was making some of its mortgage advisers and support staff redundant, and that Sesame Bankhall’s Michele Golunska will leave the firm to rejoin Aviva was also of interest to readers.
Habito makes unconfirmed number of mortgage adviser and support staff redundant – exclusive
Consumer Duty: Rip-off SVR mortgages banned by FCA
Sesame Bankhall’s Michele Golunska to depart and return to Aviva
CMA orders Monzo to share customer transaction data for mortgage and loan applications
First-time buyer hurdles grow as house prices and rents soar – Rightmove
FCA Consumer Duty final rules and guidance
New-build homebuyers could be exposed to Japanese knotweed due to legal loophole
MAB primes for cooled but healthy mortgage market as revenue rises to £95m
HSBC and TSB raise mortgage rates – round-up
Merger talks between L&C and Habito end – reports