View more on these topics

Trafalgar Square Solutions launches second phase of invitations

Packager Trafalgar Square Solutions launched its second phase of membership invitations at a lunch in South London on Friday October 27, 2006.

The event was exclusively sponsored by edeus and both Peter Charge, director of national accounts, and David Horsman, national accounts manager, attended along with some existing introducing brokers and 20 new brokers.

Lindsay Hopkins, Joint managing director of Trafalgar Square Solutions, says: We will be consistent in our promise to have an exclusive membership of 50 high quality brokers who we can get on with, help and work with closely.”

Charge, says: “We are delighted to have sponsored the launch of Trafalgar Square Solutions and look forward to building a long term relationship with an exciting new business that is very much technology driven and embraces our own business model.”

Trafalgar Square Solutions has a direct lender panel of 13 lenders and a three tier service level offering of professional, premiere and elite to match the brokers support needs. The key to its offering it says is close communication, with a small but friendly company that can deliver high service levels, without compromise.


BDS adds to satellite panel

BDS Mortgage Group has added First National to its satellite lender panel, taking the total to 17.

GMAC-RFC to work with CML over its lender ratings

GMAC-RFC is liaising with the Council of Mortgage Lenders to revise the methods it uses to calculate its league table of the UKs largest mortgage lenders. The lender says the CML largest mortgage Lenders league table, used by the industry to benchmark gross lending figures, does not compare lending over the same period of time […]

NAEA reveals buy-to-let market is still buoyant

The National Association of Estate Agents has launched its new quarterly lettings survey, revealing that the rental market in the third quarter of 2006 was buoyant and strong. The increase in property prices that consistently acts as a barrier to first time buyers, matched with the influx of Eastern European immigrants is continuing to fuel […]

Network Data looks to sell mortgageLink

Network Data has admitted it is looking to sell its mortgageLink sourcing system and is in talks with several companies. Following its flotation on the Alternative Investment Market earlier this year, the network is taking a fresh look at its business and whether or not it makes sense to retain mortgageLink. Richard Griffiths, managing director […]

Simon Fletcher

Auto-enrolment: pay attention or pay the price

By Simon Fletcher

As a chief executive officer of a business in the financial services sector, I have been dealing with the introduction of auto-enrolment for our clients for some time, but I can also speak from an employer’s point of view, having to go through the process ourselves.


News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up