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Code compliance officer for Banking-Insurance Services appointed

McKenna brings a wealth of regulatory knowledge to the company, holding FPC and CeMap.

Jim has an insurance company background, working in direct sales before becoming an IFA. In December 2003 he decided to concentrate on mortgages and joined BISL as an appointed representative.

The role will involve the random checking of adviser files, and the supervision of our registered mortgage advisers, to ensure adherence to the Mortgage Code Compliance Board rules and regulations. Jim will also provide valuable assistance in the run up to FSA regulation, and the procedural changes that are involved.

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Pensions: trouble ahead?

The pace of change in the pension’s space has been little short of astonishing, and has left thousands of employers struggling to keep their pension policy compliant, and also on the right side of current best practice and governance. Many employers, and indeed many in the pensions industry itself, would like to see a period of no change during the next term of government. This would give all sides a chance to catch up and draw breath. 

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