Pain defends the specialists

York, Nicola
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/9/2009, p56
The article reports that the Financial Services Authority (FSA) retail markets managing director Jon Pain has speak in defence of specialist lenders that they provide access to the mortgage market for several borrowers in Great Britain. It is said that the role of specialist lenders were questioned by Labour MP Jim Cousins. Pain stated that there are no 12 million mortgage customers in Great Britain and do not have access in the mortgage if not because of the opportunities offered by lenders.


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