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  • FCA raises "serious concerns" over SIPP transfer scheme

    “Serious concerns” have been raised by the Financial Conduct Authority over a pension transer scheme which has seen up to 100 savers switch as much as £4m into SIPPs with underlying investments in an AIM-listed company in return for cash back incentives. Read more

  • Sesame: pay-to-play schemes 'not uncommon'

    Sesame is "not alone" in selling places on its restricted panel of product providers to the highest bidder, executive chairman John Cowan has said, following news yesterday that the company received a £1.6m fine for the banned practice. Read more

  • Million pound home sales at record high

    The number of property sales worth at least a million pounds is at a record high, according to latest research from Lloyds Bank. Read more

  • Post-MMR buyers look for longer mortgage terms

    Consumer appetite for mortgage finance is increasingly coming from higher earners under the new MMR affordability rules, according to the Q3 2014 Mortgage Search Tracker from Mortgage Advice Bureau. Read more

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Jeremy Duncombe, Director of Mortgages at Legal & General

Financial Reporter spoke to Jeremy Duncombe, Director of Mortgages at Legal & General, about how brokers should 'never' pick a lender based on proc fees and opportunities for remortgage. Read more


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