Godiva lays bare six pledges to brokers

Anker, Guy
March 2007
Money Marketing;3/29/2007, p7
The article reports on the launch of Godiva Mortgages in Great Britain in March 2007. The company has made six key pledges to brokers. Godiva Mortgages claim that there will be no overhanging early redemption charges, no differential pricing between channels and all products will be available to existing borrowers.


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