FSA willing to relax controls to help new lenders into the UK market

Dale, Samuel
October 2012
Mortgage Strategy (Online Edition);10/29/2012, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the intention of the British Financial Services Authority (FSA) to relax rules for new banking entrants to make it easier for them to gain authorisation, announced in October 2012.


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