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73% foresee open standards savings

AN OVERWHELMING 73% of Mortgage Strategy Online readers think open standards would be cheaper for lenders compared with traditional sourcing systems.

Just 27% of respondents thought it would not make any difference.

This week Mortgage Strategy asks: “Will the chancellor’s U-turn on placing residential mortgages in self invested personal pensions have a negative impact on your business?”

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em- heads over the border for roadshow tour

UK mortgage packager and branded lender em- has lined up Scotland as the first stop on its 2006 nationwide roadshow programme.The Macdonald Crutherland Hotel in Glasgow will host the roadshow on February 28 2006 and The Dalmahoy Country Club and Hotel in Edinburgh will welcome brokers on March 1 2006.With seminars from all em- sub-brands […]

em- launches products with First National

em-homeloans is offering a range of products in conjunction with lending partner First National.The branded lending division of em- will offer to brokers a light to medium, two-year fixed rate at 85% LTV with a rate of 6.59%, a high two-year discount at 75% LTV with a rate of 6.44%, and a first-time buyer 95% […]

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Fit for Work: guidance for employers published

On Friday, the Department for Work and Pensions published its guidance for employers on using the new Fit for Work (FfW) service to help ill employees return to the workplace. It also includes more details on the tax exemption for medical interventions that commenced on 1 January 2015.

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