March 2008
Mortgage Strategy;3/10/2008, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports developments related to the mortgage industry in Great Britain. Stroud & Swindon Building Society commercial director Paul Chafer has left the society to take a chief executive position outside the mortgage industry. Woolwich is under fire for failing to notify mortgage brokers earlier about its decision to cut its maximum loan amount to £1 million. The Association of Chief Police Officers called on the Financial Services Authority to register all mortgage brokers.


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