Quantum Mortgage Brokers is to resign its directly authorised status by applying to join the Home of Choice network.The decision to apply to become an appointed representative came after months of deliberation and at a time when the boutique brokerage is seeing a growth in business. Jonathan Burridge, managing director of Quantum, says: “We are entering a period of growth for our business and we looked at options that would enable us to enhance our client offering and also provide us with access to new markets. “Home of Choice’s refreshing attitude toward its network members, its depth of offering and the strength and enthusiasm of its management team makes it a natural fit. “In addition to the improved products we will be able to offer our clients through Home of Choice, we have been able to devise a remuneration package that will reward the exceptional performers we are hoping will join our company in the future.” Gerry O’Brian, sales director of Home of Choice, says: “We are delighted that leading mortgage businesses such as Quantum are applying to become appointed representatives of Home of Choice because of the strength of our proposition.”
Mortgage 2000 has launched an exclusive product from Leeds. It is a 100% mortgage at 5.72% fixed for five years with no upfront fees. The product will be available via a number of channels including m2-mortgage club, m2-d&p and Casemaster.
The Liberal Democrats have backed Paymentcare’s campaign to get the Office of Fair Trading to force high street providers to label their payment protection cover with a ‘no obligation to buy’ warning. Vincent Cable, shadow chancellor for the Liberal Democrats, has signed up to the campaign. In light of concerns about the potential mis-selling of […]
The government’s extended deliberations about the way to improve availability, choice and diversity in UK housing is creating a climate of uncertainty for investors, which risks holding back development.The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has issued its latest comments on the Barker Review on Housing to the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.Louis Armstrong, chief […]
Statutory regulation of the financial services industry started with the Financial Services Act 1986. All subsequent expansions of the regulatory regime can be traced to this development.
Ross Jackson, Senior Marketing Manager There’s no denying that these days we expect things quickly. You might have noticed it first-hand during the flurry and rush of the Christmas period. The fact is that in a world of smartphones, social media and click and collect, most clients expect to get an instant response and a […]
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