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RBS sales appointment

Graham Felstead has been appointed head of corporate sales at the Royal Bank of Scotland Intermediary Partners. He was previously regional sales manager at the lender and has worked for RBS for nearly six years.

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Cheval offers same-day deal

Cheval has unveiled a same-day closed bridging product designed to minimise bridging loan costs for borrowers.The same-day closed bridge means bridging loans are redeemed the day they are taken out, doing away with the need for consumers to pay interest over an extended period. To take advantage of the product, borrowers must have the means […]

House prices continue to slow

Nationwide has revealed that the UK housing market is continuing to slow in May.House prices rose by 0.5% in May, slowed from April’s 0.9% rise. Average prices rose from £180,314 to £181,584.Annual change was up slightly on April’s figures from 10.2% to 10.3%.Fionnuala Earley, chief economist at the Nationwide, says: “House prices increased by 0.5% […]

Em- reveals roadshow competition winners

Em-financial has revealed the winners of its May roadshow competitions. Brokers attending either event were entered into a prize draw with the chance of winning prizes. The winners of the top prize which was a weekend break in La Manga, southern Spain were brokers, Lee Mynard, from Mortgages 360 and Chris Banks, from A C […]

Housing market slowed in May

Nationwide has revealed that the UK housing market continued to slow in May. House prices rose by 0.5% in May, a slowdown from April’s 0.9% rise. The average price rose from £180,314 to £181,584.

Seeking quality in uncertain markets

By Ewan McAlpine, Senior Client Portfolio Manager In uncertain times, investors naturally seek safety. But in fixed income markets, what does that really mean? Ewan McAlpine outlines the approach RLAM’s Fixed Income Team will be adopting across its credit funds in response to potentially volatile markets this year. Click here for full article

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