Govt considers sharing Help to Buy MIG risk with private insurers

Dale, Samuel
May 2013
Money Marketing (Online Edition);5/24/2013, p11
The article reports that ex-Alliance & Leicester chief executive officer (CEO) John Windeler is working with the British Treasury, through his firm Quantum Alpha Ltd., to limit Government liabilities. The Government is in the process of finding solutions to limit its exposure to house price falls through the Help to Buy mortgage indemnity guarantee (MIG) scheme by sharing the risk with private insurers.


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