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GE Money’s 2 mortgage brands, First National and igroup, sent us emails yesterday evening saying that they were going to put two fingers up at the FSA’s mandatory Treating Customers Fairly (TCF) policy.
Research from Retirement Plus reveals that one third of consumers would use money freed up by equity release to fund long-term care.
Mike Perry, director of sales and marketing at HML has decided to leave the company.
Chris Cummings, director-general of the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries has welcomed the merger of HBOS and Lloyds TSB but says it must now recognise its power as the leader of the pack.
by Debra Corey, group reward director You just planned and booked what you thought was the perfect vacation for you and your family. You call everyone together to share the great news and instead of receiving sounds of glee and delight, you receive groans and complaints.Your youngest says: “I hate beaches, didn’t you know that?” (You think to […]
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