Errors in small firms' KFIs

Botbol, Nicolette
July 2006
Mortgage Strategy;7/3/2006, p13
Trade Publication
The article reports that British Financial Services Authority has revealed that over 25 percent of small and medium mortgage lenders' Key Facts Illustrations are not up to its standards and contain errors relating to fees and charges. However, it praised large lenders for making good progress in improving the quality of their Initial Disclosure Documents and Key Facts Illustrations.


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