Mandelson moves up ladder with HSBC deal

November 2006
Mortgage Strategy;11/27/2006, p25
Trade Publication
The article reports on the earnings of mortgage broker Peter Mandelson in Great Britain. He moves up the property buying a £2.4 million after selling it £373,000 home in a row over loans. Mandelson earns £160,000 a year with £21,000 housing benefits from working in Brussels. He also made £650,000 in property deal in the last decade and receive this year a significant amount on the death of his mother.


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