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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 10/03/2023

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Top 10 most read mortgage broker stories this week – 10/03/2023
Barclays' promise to create a workaround for a broker after interactions on live chat contradicted policy on accepting direct debits from online banks like Monzo was most read this week.

The Financial Conduct Authority coming out and saying that some firms were “over-confident” about their existing policies being adequate for Consumer Duty was popular with readers.

Lenders, such as TSB, Natwest, Nationwide and Virgin Money, changing their proposition by tweaking rates, removing deals and altering criteria also ranked in the top 10.


Barclays promises Monzo workaround following broker complaint

TSB amends BTL stress rate and ups mortgage pricing


Some firms are ‘over-confident’ that existing policies are adequate for Consumer Duty, says FCA


Exclusive: Intermediaries ‘could dominate home insurance again’ with Uinsure CX platform


Natwest withdraws Help to Buy deals; Platform ups rates – round-up


Foxtons reports jump in mortgage revenues


Nationwide ditches sub-four per cent mortgages as swap rates rise


The immediate benefits of equity release must be balanced against long-term outcomes – Hale


Shared ownership: the fourth tenure? – Hunjan


Virgin Money reduces rates




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