This time last year, with the much-delayed third consultation paper for the Mortgage Market Review only just out, Mortgage Strategy was wondering whether the FSA’s latest regulatory opus was a lump of coal or Christmas gift for the intermediary industry. A year on, it’s still difficult to see what the true impact of the MMR […]
Former FSA chief executive Hector Sants is set to receive a pay package of up to £3m when he joins Barclays next month as head of compliance and government and regulatory relations.
Standard & Poor’s has joined Fitch and Moody’s in placing the UK’s AAA credit rating on negative outlook.
According to the Centre for Economics and Business Research there will be fewer housing transactions this year than there were in 2011. This is not completely surprising as it is well documented that a large number of people in the UK are financially challenged at the moment. Taking out a mortgage can be extremely time-consuming […]
The default retirement age (DRA) was abolished more than three years ago, yet new research from Jelf Employee Benefits suggests that the vast majority of employers still have some way to go to fully understand, comply and communicate the landmark legislation change that prevents older employees being forcibly retired on the grounds of age alone.