August 2007
Mortgage Strategy;8/13/2007, p7
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs on topics related to the mortgage market in Great Britain. The Royal Bank of Scotland PLC takes a cautious approach to the broker market in its interim results statement. Bristol & West Mortgages launches a core product range including a two-year fixed rate at 5.69 percent. Norwich Union PLC raises premiums on its home insurance policies by an average of 10 percent.


Related Articles

  • Bristol & West fixes at 3.39%. Bone, Alison // Money Marketing;6/5/2003, p18 

    Focuses on a range being introduced by British lender Bristol & West Mortgages. Claim of the lender that it can offer some of the lowest fixed rates; Features of the range.

  • IN BRIEF.  // Mortgage Strategy;6/12/2006, p5 

    The article offers news briefs involving companies in the mortgage industry in Great Britain. Mortgage Times Group has launched a range of exclusive products for the duration of the World Cup. Sesame Ltd. has offered a general insurance product range called Sesame Insure. Bristol & West...

  • Range is targeted at professionals. Jones, Lee // Mortgage Strategy;3/26/2007, p19 

    The article reports on the move of Bristol & West Mortgages on launching an expanded professional mortgage coverage in Great Britain. The expanded coverage had been designed to appeal on qualified and practicing professionals looking to get property ladder including military officers, graduate...

  • RBS looks to buy £13bn Govt mortgage book. Sands, Mark // Mortgage Strategy (Online Edition);10/12/2015, p6 

    The article reveals the plan of the Royal Bank of Scotland to buy Government-backed mortgages.

  • NU tells clients you're on your own with shortfalls. Stones, John // Money Marketing;9/12/2002, p76 

    Focuses on the mortgage endowment policyholders of Norwich Union. Percentage of policies facing shortfalls; Solution for shortfalls; Arrangements on policyholders.

  • BROKER 'Talkback'  // Money Marketing;10/23/2003, p32 

    Presents investment adviser opinions related to the query on whether they agree to the attempts of Sesame to force Norwich Union to offer term insurance to its members for the same rates as it does through Tesco Personal Finance tie-up. Percentage of negative opinions; Percentage of positive...

  • Tesco ditches NU for Direct line. Tryphonides, Andrea // Money Marketing;9/15/2005, p1 

    Reports that Tesco Personal Finance Group has dropped its link-up with Norwich Union PLC as life and general insurance product provider in Great Britain. Selection of Direct Line as a replacement provider; Reason prompting Tesco to replace Norwich Union; Advantage brought by the selection of...

  • Sesame set for NU clash over claims of Tesco favouritism. Love, Bruce // Money Marketing;10/16/2003, p1 

    Reports on the response of Sesame on the complaints of Norwich Union over price favoritism towards Tesco Personal Finance in Great Britain. Consideration of Sesame as the biggest corporate client of Norwich; Ability of consumers to get cheaper products from the provider through the supermarket...

  • RBS stops non-advised interest-only mortgages. Macdonald, Sam // Money Marketing (Online Edition);10/ 2/2012, p10 

    The article reports on the move of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) to tighten its interest-only mortgages to ensure that clients can get the right product for them in Scotland.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics