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More from Key Retirement Partnerships’ managing director Terry Pritchard, this time his reaction to news that Stuart Wilson of Equity Advice was offering brokers 100 more per case than KRS.

“Stuart who?” Pritchard piped up to Mole. “I have no idea who he is. He’s not even on my radar.” Harsh.


Saving the housing market

It was billed as part one of Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s autumn comeback but the government’s package of measures to save the housing market met with a muted industry response. Although trade bodies such as the National Housing Federation and the Council of Mortgage Lenders welcomed the measures initially, any enthusiasm was dampened by the government’s failure to address the lack of mortgage availability crippling the market.

OECD calls on Congress to “stop the rot”

Angel Gurria, secretary general of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, says Congress must “stop the rot” being spread by toxic mortgage assets.

Enterprise launches Platform exclusives

Enterprise Group has launched an exclusive range of fixed rate products from Platform which have gone live today on Enterprise’s Edge system.

The investment clock

While Trump blazes blond in the political foreground, it’s easy to overlook the economic background to the new political dimension of 2017. Political risk will be a feature of the year: the unpredictable and untested Trump administration has already created uncertainty, which is unlikely to diminish, especially if protectionist rhetoric starts to outweigh promises of […]


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