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Table 2: Gross lending by survey participants

LenderTypeGross Mortgage Lending
2002 (£bn)ShareRank<

Lender Type Gross Mortgage Lending
2002 (£bn) Share Rank
abbey Bank 6.4 2.9% 9
Alliance & Leicester Bank 22.8 10.4% 2
Birmingham Midshires Specialist Included in HBOS data
Chelsea Building society 1.7 0.8% 19
GMAC-RFC Specialist 3.3 1.5% 13
Halifax (HBOS) Bank 56.8 26.0% 1
Intelligent Finance Online Included in HBOS data
Mortgage Express Online Part of Bradford & Bingley (£3.9 bn)
Platform Online 1.5 0.7%
Portman Building society 2.9 1.3% 15
Skipton Building society 1.3 0.3% 21
SPML Specialist 0.3 0.4% 24
UK Total £218.8 100%
Participants&#39 Total £97.6 44.6%
Sources: Council of Mortgage Lenders, TowerGroup, Frank Eve Consulting Limited

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