U.K. Mortgage Reform Called Inadequate

31 May 2011

The U.K. Institute for Public Policy Research says the Financial Services Authority mortgage reform does not go far enough to regulate the market.

The U.K. Institute for Public Policy Research says the Financial Services Authority mortgage reform does not go far enough to regulate the market. The IPPR criticized the FSA’s Mortgage Market Review for focusing on consumer protection and patterns of current arrears instead of examining issues of macroeconomic stability ...

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