Pink Home Loans’ seventh 1000 Index Survey begins today, giving intermediaries the chance to express their opinions on industry issues.Questions in the survey are based on statutory regulation and aim is to get feedback on on this subject 12 months after M-Day. Those taking part in the survey will be entered into a draw to win vouchers worth 250. David Copland, marketing director at Pink, says: “Participation in the surveys has been overwhelming. Brokers know their feedback is instrumental in process improvements and product design at Pink, and it will also appear in several industry publications.” The index is made up of 1,000 mortgage intermediaries so space is limited. To take part, log on to the Pink website. The survey will be live until October 20.
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The former directors of AIT were sentenced to imprisonment today for criminal market abuse. Carl Rigby, 43, the former chairman and chief executive of the software firm, was sentenced at Southwark Crown Court to three years imprisonment and was disqualified from being a company director for six years. Gareth Bailey, 36, the firm’s former financial […]
Over 100 full mortgage and AIP application forms on Trigold have been upgraded to next generation forms using Focus Business Solutions XML toolkit, goal:technology. All lenders and packagers can now have the benefit of increased customer usability, reduced administration costs and faster transactions, as all mandatory fields are captured prior to submission. In addition, the […]
Their jobs are to help people invest their money by buying property but here Mira Butterworth asks the mortgage industry’s big hitters how they would spend a (sadly imaginary) cheque for 100,000.
Countrywide and Haynes Publishing have released two manuals to assist estate agents in gaining technical knowledge of classical house types.Ian Rock. Author of the books, says: One thing you notice with agents at the upper end of the market is their knack of dropping subtle references to architecture or period house construction into the sales […]
The making of any fund can be seen in how it responds to crises and opportunities. In this short video, Head of Multi Asset at Royal London Asset Management Trevor Greetham outlines how the Royal London Global Multi Asset Portfolios or GMAPs navigated through Brexit and the US election cycle. He also highlights the importance […]
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