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If you’ve been whiling away the hours checking out what the stars are up to on Twitter, you may be interested to know that your favourite mortgage magazine has joined the networking site. Yes, Mortgage Strategy is all Twittered up and ready to be followed by those who dare.

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You could tag along with Jeremy Clarkson if you want to hear the Top Gear host’s, er, politically correct opinions on Prime Minister Gordon Brown, or why not check out what Jonathan Ross has to say about his everyday life?

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Movers and shakers

Simon Conn says goodbye to Conti Financial Services

Simon Conn, sales and marketing director at Conti Financial Services (pictured), has decided to leave the overseas mortgage company after 15 years it, but he will continue to work for it as a consultant. Conn started out in the financial services industry with Legal & General in 1980 and founded Conti in 1994.

Parliamentary debate over FSCS levies kicks off today

A parliamentary debate is taking place today looking at whether building societies are having to pay too much of the cost of compensation for Bradford & Bingley and other failed banks.The Building Societies Association has already warned that hefty levies to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme could cause many societies to fall into the red.The […]

Brokers poised for an equity release bonanza

As the recession continues to take its toll, consumers are increasingly turning their attention to ways of boosting their income and it’s no surprise that equity release is on the agenda for many.


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