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Transparent Mortgages picks D@shboard software

Transparent Mortgages has selected information technology firm Nereus Infotek&#39s D@shboard system for mortgage processing software.

Jonathan Holland, director of Transparent Mortgages, says: “We have been searching the software market for the past 12 months trying to find an affordable yet fully functional mortgage processing software solution and have selected D@shboard over its competitors.”

Jason Hoad, business development director at Nereus Infotek, says: “Transparent Mortgages is a well known mortgage broker based in the Midlands, we now look forward to a successful relationship with it.

“Like many of our other client&#39s, Transparent Mortgages has recognised the need to enhance its infrastructure by incorporating D@shboard into its day-to-day business process, which will in turn create more time for them to write more business.”


Staffordshire unveils discount and fixed rate ranges

The Staffordshire is launching a range of limited issue discount and fixed rate mortgages. Discount rates will start as low as 2.89% with two-year fixed rates from 3.49%. The society has also reduced its standard variable rate to 5.44%, and its loyalty rate for borrowers of more than five-years to 5.04%. Applicants taking out one […]

Beckham and Churchill are favourites for £5 note

David Beckham and Winston Churchill have been voted the two figures the public would like to see printed on their fivers, a study by Virgin Money reveals. Over half of us think Beckham should be the new face of British money, with wartime leader Winston Churchill coming in second. The &#39New Face of Money&#39 study […]

Nationwide launches five-year tracker

Nationwide has launched a five-year tracker mortgage. The mortgage deal will track the Bank of England base rate for five years with rates from 3.89% (base rate plus 0.39%). It will be available from August 1 2003 to new and existing borrowers. The tracker will offer additional choice from the Nationwide range and will appeal […]

Fast forward Fast forward

Title insurance is becoming an increasingly important part of the UK housing market, protecting the policy holder – usually a lender but sometimes an owner – against any fault surfacing in the title deeds due to negligence, fraud or unknown defects. This means that, should a claim arise, it is not necessary to prove negligence, […]

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In Focus — May 2015: private medical insurance market in Germany

Welcome to the latest edition of In Focus. In this issue, Jelf examines the private medical insurance market for employers with expatriate workforces in Germany. This includes the common challenges faced in sourcing appropriate coverage, along with a selection of available solutions. This will be of particular interest to HR/reward decision makers with employees based in Germany. It will assess the cultural norms, risks and backdrop that are relevant to organisations with expatriate staff in this location.


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