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Third series of regulation roadshows from SPML

Southern Pacific Mortgage Limited says it is run a third series of regulation roadshows for its packagers following the publication of the FSA&#39s final mortgage rules.

The roadshows will take place in Manchester and London on November 21 and November 25.

As well as presentations from the SPML compliance team there also be guest speakers and an interactive question and answer session.

SPML says this is the latest element in a compliance support programme that it is providing for its packagers, including access to its compliance team and the circulation of regular information updates.

Details about the event are published on SPML&#39s website, where videos of previous roadshow presentations can also be viewed.


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