the mortgage mole

February 2010
Mortgage Strategy;2/15/2010, p30
Trade Publication
The article discusses the controversy of the mortgage industry in Great Britain. It states that every industry has doing their best to diversify their offerings due to the credit crunch. It argues that the financial services industry is full of upstanding and morally aware members of society. It cites the move of German pensioners to kidnap their financial adviser after their property investments made losses.


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