19.03.2019

New Mortgage and Home Finance suite now available!

New Mortgage and Home Finance suite now available!

We are delighted to confirm the launch of the first six pathways of the new Mortgage and Home Finance knowledge suite.

The suite has been developed in response to demand from the Mortgage and Home Finance market, brought about by the increased focus on regulation in the sector over the past decade. We have worked hand-in-hand with expert content partners, including FSTP and UK Finance, to create the most comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge suite available to mortgage professionals.

So, whether you work in servicing, product design or underwriting, our immersive pathways will upskill your workforce whilst also satisfying MCOB requirements.

As part of this wholesale update, we have also taken the opportunity to completely revamp and modernise our design and approach. Short animations and videos bring the learning to life and provide a blended approach. Each key topic features a video summary that can be used for stand-alone knowledge reinforcement and as ongoing ‘mini knowledge refreshers’. Watch our vlog below to find out more:

Visit our MHF web pages

Download our MHF brochure

Or join us for our launch event with UK Finance

We are jointly hosting a launch event with UK Finance, who have validated the suite's content. Hear from our Subject Matter Experts and get a chance to get a hands-on demo at this exclusive event.

Register here

WE ARE ARCHIVING THE LEGACY MHF CONTENT CURRENTLY WITHIN OUR GRC SUITE

These titles comprise of:

  • Advising and Lending Responsibly
  • Exploring the Mortgage Environment
  • Handling Mortgage and Home Finance Complaints
  • Mortgages and Home Financing: Treating Customers Fairly
  • Preventing Mortgage Fraud
  • Regulation of Mortgages and Home Finance
  • What Equity Release Is and How It Works
  • The EU Mortgage Credit Directive
  • Arrears and Possessions

Where users have been registered to the legacy MHF content, the courses will remain in users‘ Training Activities even after archiving. Users will either need to complete the courses or administrators will need to cancel the registration.

Find out how to cancel a user from an activity here

The legacy courses will also remain in existing pathways until you remove them.

Find out about archiving activities here

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Richard Whittington

Richard Whittington

Head of Digital Products

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