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Free remortgages at edeus for three-year adverse tracker range

edeus has announced it is to offer free standard valuations on its 3 year adverse tracker range.

This new option allows intermediaries to meet the needs of clients who may struggle to meet increased payments if base rates change on November 9.

Alan Cleary, managing director of edeus, says: “Offering free remortgages greatly enhances the adverse range. We’re reflecting market movements, as the potential rise in base rates will put further pressure on some borrowers.

“Free remortgaging will offer another option to intermediaries to help clients restructure their finances. With no upfront fees to pay, any adverse clients can remortgage to edeus for free.”


Capital rule changes could boost market

The Financial Services Authority published a consultation paper last month about changing the rules on reserving and capital requirements for life insurers.

This will affect protection policies and could be good news for the market.

High time regulators cracked down on the PPI rogues

From Sara-Ann Burgess If the payment protection insurance market has not woken up yet, then the alarm bells should be ringing so loudly that even Mr Van Winkle would struggle to get a good night’s rest. In the past fortnight there have been a number of significant events which will hopefully act as precursors to […]

PPI claims firms face scrutiny in 2007

Claims companies cashing in on the mis-selling of payment protection insurance have been warned they are on the radar screen of the Claims Standards Council. Damning reports have been issued recently by the Office of Fair Trading and the Financial Services Authority over the mis-selling of PPI. Andy Wigmore, policy adviser at the CSC, says […]

Spring has sprung

Well, it’s been lovely to see a little bit of sunshine, even if it was only a brief appearance. I live in Scotland so, believe me, it was very brief.  Of course, with even the tiniest hint of spring, thoughts turn to the inevitable clearout that must take place.  And that got me to thinking […]


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