THE mortgage MOLE

July 2008
Mortgage Strategy;7/21/2008, p34
Trade Publication
The article reports developments in the mortgage industry in Great Britain. Bradford & Bingley PLC held a shareholder meeting to discuss the financial condition of the company. It is said that the 58 societies did not see much hope for more than 18 Building Societes Association members going to the wall before December 31, 2008.


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