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Brexit – a shock for markets, or a crisis?


Investors have been seriously wrong-footed by the result of the EU referendum. But the shock of City traders this morning is nothing compared with the stunned response of the people who thought the…

Precise eyes new products and says ‘business as usual’


Precise Mortgages plans to launch more fixed rate products following Brexit and says it is “business as usual”, according to managing director Alan Cleary. In a letter to brokers, maste…

Bank bosses lined up to lead new trade body


A new lending trade body has been set up and appointed its board following votes from existing trade associations to merge. Last week a company called Newta Limited was set up, according to Compani…

Mortgage market braced for Brexit fallout


Britain’s vote to leave the EU could freeze the housing market in the short term and hit interest rates and house prices in the long term, say industry experts. Last week the UK voted ‘Out’ and Prime Minister David Cameron announced he would resign over the issue. Some believe the immediate outcome of the vote […]

The post Mortgage market braced for Brexit fallout appeared first on Mortgage Strategy.

Gross lending in May rises 4% to £18.2bn


Gross mortgage lending rose four per cent to £18.2bn in May, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders. Lending in May was up 14 per cent year-on-year, from around £16bn in 2015. May 2016’s lending was the highest May figure since the £23.7bn logged in 2008 when CML records began. CML senior economist Mohammad Jamei […]

The post Gross lending in May rises 4% to £18.2bn appeared first on Mortgage Strategy.

Mainly IFA news…

Pension schemes hit by record low 10-year yields after Brexit


Defined benefit (DB) scheme liabilities are likely to rise after 10-year gilt yields fell below 1% for the first time ever following last week’s Brexit vote.

FTSE and pound slump as 'Brexit' sell-off reignites


Pound and FTSE 100 sell-off gathers strength on fallout from 'Brexit' vote, while 'mid cap' stocks take a hammering.

Cameron: FCA will not hesitate to implement Brexit contingency plans


Prime minister says regulator has contingency plans and is ready to implement them following decision to leave the EU.

Adviser noticeboard: Post-it note size stuff for IFAs


It's Professional Adviser's weekly heads-up on events, hires and other useful bits for financial advisers ...

Rayner set to move from shadow pensions role in Labour reshuffle


Shadow pensions minister Angela Rayner set to become shadow minister for women and equalities as Debbie Abrahams is lined up for pensions role.

Mainly insurance news…

Bluefin vs Mike Bruce and GRP trial to start


Trial to be held at the Royal Court of Justice.

Hiscox launches renovation and extension insurance product


The offering can be added to an existing policy while works are taking place.

Insurance saleswoman sentenced for fraud


Former Simplyhealth employee pleads guilty to fraud by abuse of position following £31,500 commission scam.

Brexit: Regions respond to 'out' vote


Brokers say they will rise to the challenge as concerns over passporting and government funding are raised amid confusion about the future.

CDL's post-tax profit down but turnover up in 2015


Software company's operating profit also rose.

Mainly international news…

Cash is king in volatile times, says Indosuez's Lamotte


Investors should fasten their safety belts and prepare for a rodeo-style ride in July and August, warns Indosuez Wealth Management head of global market and investment solutions, Frédéric Lamotte. Britain,...

Blacktower recommits to Gibraltar but 'contemplates' future


In a statement issued on Monday, the firm said: “This is not the case. “In fact, we are on the verge of moving into larger premises and taking on additional staff within the Gibraltar office – we do...

Investors move into defensive assets amid global economic worries


The trend accentuated on Monday as last week’s vote by the UK to leave the European Union sent new shocks through financial markets causing the pound to slump to its lowest level since 1985 and sending...

Barings AM launches absolute return fund


Managed by James Ind, the fund will use long and short strategies to target a market neutral return.   It will offer accumulation, income, institutional and retail share classes. Diversified market...

Standard Life and Axa worst hit as int’l life shares plunge


International life company Standard Life has been worst hit after its shares plunged by nearly 23% since the Brexit vote results was confirmed, tumbling 6.5% on Monday morning. Europe’s largest insurer,...

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