FCA considers new regulation for unauthorised mortgage lenders

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  • FCA considers new regulation for unauthorised mortgage lenders
    FCA considers new regulation for unauthorised mortgage lenders

    The FCA is considering a change in regulation to protect mortgage prisoners of inactive or unregulated lenders. Speaking today at UK Finance’s annual conference, FCA director Chris Woolard said he would like "to see an answer in the unauthorised space" and said the FCA has formed an industry working […]

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