Concordia has unveiled three exclusive tracker rate products. The first from Abbey is fixed at base rate minus 0.31% with a £1,499 fee and the second from Intelligent Finance is a two-year tracker priced at base rate minus 0.26% with a £1,695 fee. The other is a two-year tracker from Bank of Scotland at base rate minus 0.36% with a £1,489 fee or at base rate minus 0.26% with a £1,499 fee. All the products are available up to 90% LTV.
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The past decade’s trend towards repayment mortgages over interest-only deals maybe beginning to turn, the latest research by Paragon Mortgages reveals.Paragon says that since 1996 there has been a demise of endowment mortgages as people lost confidence that their policy would generate sufficient funds to repay the original loan. Instead a growing number of home […]
The Financial Services Authority is to assess the risks posed by private equity firms investing in the UK financial sector. As a result of a study on private equity investments published last week, the regulator has warned that market abuse and conflicts of interest are the main fears associated with private equity investment. The FSA’s […]
The theme of ‘creative destruction’, or the impact of new technology, gathered pace in 2015. But which companies make an attractive investment? Stephen Moore, manager of the Artemis US Extended Alpha Fund, reviews. Click here to read the full article
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