The fast line

Jones, Lee
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p28
The article reports on the issue of fast-track mortgages and its banning-order from the Financial Services Authority of Great Britain. London & Country Mortgage Ltd. adviser David Hollingworth believes that fast-track banning will make a gap in the market since there is a need for loans for the self-employed and those who cannot prove their income. Alexander Hall Ltd. chief operating officer Andy Pratt also argued that FSA should clampdown rogue applications rather than banning product outrights.


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