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Portman appoints non-executive director

Majaro joined PricewaterhouseCoopers in 1978 on graduation from Oxford University. Appointed a partner in 1990, she left the firm in 2003 having worked in the Banking and Capital Markets Group and Transform, a PwC advisory service which helps business get the best out of their people.

Majaro is currently a member of the Philharmonic Orchestra Finance Committee and the development board of Somerville College.


Working together to solve the KFI problem

The publication of a letter from BM Solutions&#39 director of mortgages Michael Bolton criticising the accuracy and reliability of sourcing systems has provoked a surprisingly muted reaction. Normally outspoken pundits from the big three firms, Trigold, M2000 and Mortgage Brain, have on this occasion chose to maintain a reserved silence rather than leap in feet […]

Financial health matters

In July 2004, 83% of Britons expressed no concern over meeting their financial commitments in the next three months – up 9% since the beginning of the year. Perhaps this level of consumer optimism is not unfounded despite likely increases in interest rates, reviews of council tax payments and signs of a slowdown in the […]

FSA takes action against firms falling short of the mark

The regulator&#39s threshold conditions team deals mainly with small regulated firms that are not meeting the FSA&#39s minimum requirements or threshold conditions. The TCT generally takes action against such firms when co-operation has not been forthcoming. In the year to June 30, 2004, approximately 50 firms addressed breaches of the threshold conditions when presented by […]

Select & Protect announces partnership with Professional Mortgage Network

Professional Mortgage Network&#39s ARs and directly authorised brokers will have access to the full range of Select & Protect&#39s general insurance offering. Simon Hood, Select & Protect chief executive, says: “Our reach into the mortgage adviser market continues to widen and the appointment of Select & Protect to Professional Mortgage Network&#39s GI panel is another […]

Could Proptech revolutionise construction?

By Rebecca Murphy, relationship manager, LendInvest  The construction sector offers enormous potential when considering the implication emerging technologies could have on both existing processes and final results. While the completion of an entirely 3D-printed office block may be ‘sexier’ news than a new smart toolbelt that tracks the wearer’s location on site, each area of development […]


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