We are delighted to announce the release of two updated Compliance documents.
The April 2019 Compliance Bulletin is available for download. This edition focuses on the SM&CR implementation, as well as recent updates from the FCA and Financial Ombudsman Service. Register here to receive Compliance Bulletin updates.
We have also released an SM&CR Digest document. This offers a personal level of support and guidance to our Directly Authorised members as this change occurs. You can receive a copy of this by emailing email@example.com.
Housing market activity has built up modest momentum since the start of the year, helped by an increase in first-time buyer numbers.
Housing market activity has been growing modestly since the start of the year, though the mix has shifted towards first-time buyers, away from buy-to-let and cash.
The financial crisis caused severe problems for first-time buyers in the UK and Ireland. Since then, however, mortgage and housing markets in the two countries have also gone through some contrasting experiences. Joint authors Mohammad Jamei, of UK Finance, and Anthony O’Brien, of the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland, draw on national data sources to compare the two markets.
A round-up of key parliamentary business during the week beginning 18 September 2017.
A round-up of key parliamentary business during the week beginning 11 September 2017.
A round-up of key parliamentary business during the week beginning 4 September 2017.
Round-up of relevant parliamentary business during the week beginning 28 August 2017.
A round up of relevant parliamentary business during the week beginning 21 August 2017.
Housing activity has been flat since the start of the year, with lending and transactions in line with 12 month averages. Our July gross mortgage lending estimate is £23.0 billion.
A round-up of key parliamentary business during the week beginning 7 August 2017.