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Timetable for mortgage regulation

As shown in the timetable below, the consultation paper on regulating mortgage sales is the first of a series that will set out FSA proposals for regulating mortgage and general insurance sales.

The proposals are of two kinds, some relating to firms&#39 conduct during a mortgage transaction, and others relating to firms&#39 ongoing status as an authorised firm (or appointed representative).

Consultation timetable for mortgage regulation

  • Approach to regulating mortgage selling – July 2002
  • Approach to appointed representatives for mortgage, general insurance and investment business intermediaries – 4th quarter of 2002 (This will contain draft rules)
  • High level requirements for authorisation for mortgage and general insurance intermediaries – December 2002 (This will contain draft rules)
  • Detailed draft rules covering the mortgage-selling process – 1st quarter of 2003
  • Final rules on appointed representatives and high level requirements – mid-2003
  • Final rules covering the mortgage selling process – 2nd half of 2003
  • Mortgage regulation starts – mid-2004

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