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Mortgage Strategy to launch Secured Lending Summit

Mortgage Strategy is pleased to announce the launch of a major new event aimed at the secured lending sector.

Following on from the success of the Mortgage Summit and the Mortgtage Packager Summit, The secured Lending Summit will take place at the luxurious Palais de la Mediterranee, Nice in
June 2007.

The event will be strictly by invitation only and delegates will be selected for their seniority and influence.

If you are interested in getting involved please email


The benefits of retention policies

Premier Mortgage Service, the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries and BM Solutions last week highlighted the consumer and broker benefits of retention policies. In recent months, consumers have been able to compare product transfers without remortgage costs against the best remortgage deals in the market. And brokers have been rewarded with proc fees for product transfers. […]

Brokers taking advantage of EDGE

Enterprise Group has reported an increase in broker’s using its EDGE system, since the launch of its Q4 incentive scheme. The scheme allows any application that is sourced using EDGE to attract a free admin fee, which includes valuation and any re-types, for all schemes and all lenders.EDGE is an on-line, sub-prime sourcing system which […]

Equity release market seeing steady growth

Norwich Union says the equity release market is seeing steady but not dramatic growth, as figures reveal a 0.51% increase in business on last year. Safe Home Income Plans has re-leased its Q3 figures which show the total value of new business written was £295m, up 0.51% on last year. The number of drawdown plans […]

C&G unveils new-look website

Cheltenham & Gloucester is launching a redesigned intermediary website featuring an affordability calculator, a personal news alert service and a sales force locator.

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What price (more) freedoms?

George Osborne will make his last Budget speech of the current parliamentary term this week, and the early media briefings suggest that pensions will again feature heavily in that statement. So what are we able to learn from the weekend’s coverage?


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