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Rooftop to introduce BDM team at Expo

Rooftop Mortgages will be introducing its six strong business development managers team at Mortgage Business Expo London on November 16 and 17.

The team consists of Jim Baker for the North-West, Mia Bristow for the South-East, Richard Clare for London and Anglia, Charlotte Holley for Central, Mandy Jones for the south Coast, and Steve Wanstall for service centre and direct.

Expo attendees can meet the team, including underwriters and the senior team, on stand G12.


Finance industry praised for fighting crime

Key figures from the Home Office, the Metropolitan Police and the Serious Organised Crime Agency have praised the contribution made by the financial services industry to fighting corporate crime at the Finance and Leasing Associations recent financial crime conference.Leigh Lewis from the Home Office singled out FLA members for special praise as sponsors of the […]

Brokers split on merits of business back stabbing

All’s fair in love and war, but when it comes to business 54% of brokers say dirty tricks campaigns against competitors are not acceptable. But 46% of Mortgage Strategy Online readers polled in this week’s straw poll say there’s nothing wrong with a bit of back stabbing. This week MS asks: “Will the introduction of […]

FSA sets out details of post-implementation reviews

The Financial Services Authority has set out further details of the post-implementation reviews of the mortgage and general insurance regimes.The reviews, announced by FSA managing director Clive Briault earlier this year, will investigate the effectiveness of the regimes, focussing initially on how far the FSA conduct of business requirements for mortgage and general insurance firms […]

Online help with conveyancing

eConveyancer, the online system for instructing conveyancers, is to be made available to Mortgage Promotions’ brokers. eConveyancer gives brokers an easy way to select and instruct a conveyancer on behalf of their client, then monitor the conveyancers’ progress. The system gives intermediaries access to a panel of solicitors comprising more than 140 firms, and 500 […]

Certification guide

Guide: how to… certify your pension scheme

Certification is highly complex and surrounded by a minefield of information and auto-enrolment jargon, which can make it very difficult to understand. However, for many employers it is a necessary process that must be executed successfully.


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