FCA opens door for ‘mortgage prisoners’, but many remain shackled
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced on Monday that it is introducing new rules to allow lenders in the UK to use a “more proportionate” affordability measure, allowing some of the 120,000 so-called ‘mortgage prisoners’ to refinance and escape high interest rates.
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