90% of loan advisers to carry on after M-Day

Tryphonides, Andrea
May 2004
Money Marketing;5/27/2004, p19
Cites the result of a survey pertaining to view of mortgage loan advisers on Financial Services Authority (FSA) regulation of the mortgage industry in Great Britain. Different mortgage market issues that customers fail to understand; Percentage of respondents who have read the mortgage conduct of business sourcebook by the FSA.


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