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BLOG: What will the loan industry look like in 2017?

5th January 2017 0

2016 was a busy year for the UK lending industry. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) continued to tighten regulation, while consumer credit grew at its fastest rate since before the financial crash. As we approach the […]

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Challenging the challenger banks

25th October 2016 0

Matthew Tooth is head of distribution at LendInvest The bridging market has enjoyed an excellent couple of years, and as a result has seen a succession of new lenders entering the market. That competition has […]

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Second charge revolution

16th May 2016 0

One of the consequences of the change in regulator from the OFT to the FCA and the arrival of the MCD, has been not only to revolutionise the regulatory status of second charge lending, but […]

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Minimum Standards, maximum focus

16th May 2016 0

If the law changed so that you had to put your car through an MOT test three or four times a year, you wouldn’t be too impressed. If you had to carry out a separate […]

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The London mayoral election

5th May 2016 0

Tony Ward is chief executive of Clayton Euro Risk As the candidates for London mayor take turns to outline their proposals to tackle the capital’s severe housing crisis, the disappointing reality is that the number […]

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Londoners need to vote with caution

3rd May 2016 0

As we come to the end of Boris’ tenure as Mayor of London, the capital is in very different shape to where we were when he stepped in in 2008. Large infrastructure schemes such as […]

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