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Future returns to secured loan market

Following a review of its secured loan proposition, Future Mortgages has decided to stay in the secured loan market and is accepting cases again.

Ian Warrilow, head of secured lending at Future says it will be making an official announcement this afternoon regarding policy changes it will be making.

Warrilow says: “We are back to where we were and are now accepting applications, we have no plans to withdraw from the market at this stage, but we will be making some policy changes.”


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