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Straw Poll

Last week we asked if the current crop of remortgage deals are enough to spur your customers to move from their existing SVRs? A whopping 69.8 per cent of readers said no, while only 30.1 per cent said there were.

This week we ask: “Will the FSA’s plans to crackdown on sales incentive schemes force you to radically alter your compliance procedures and the way you incentivise your staff?”

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