Suicide prompts rule review

October 2011
Mortgage Strategy;10/31/2011, p34
Trade Publication
The article reports that the intervention in the banking industry of Great Britain, which comes as the Allied Irish Banks PLC is observing an increase in variable rates, and there is pressure on mortgage holders in the current economic climate. It states that the European Central Bank has opted for rate reduction by the end of 2011. it mentions that the regulations governing mortgage brokers will be reviewed by the government.


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