New mortgage industry guide adds focus to professionalism drive

New mortgage industry guide adds focus to professionalism drive ‘Working Together’ – a new industry guide to lender and intermediary accountabilities and responsibilities in mortgage sales and servicing – has once again reiterated the paramount need for mortgage sector employees to keep their knowledge and training fully up-to-date.

Jointly published by the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI), the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) and Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association (IMLA), Working Together, aims to increase transparency on how lenders and intermediaries work together on mortgage sales and administration to promote enhanced industry professionalism and boost market confidence.

Covering all types of customers and applying to any business regulated by the MCOBS and TCF, Working Together is the latest rallying call to the industry to embrace uniform high-quality business practices driven by the FSA’s Mortgage Market Review.

With significant changes continuing to sweep through the property world, our Mortgage Essentials suite of eLearning enables all employees to stay on top of the latest in mortgage regulation.

Covering critical topics including MCOB, Arrears and Possessions, Approved Persons, BCOBS for Building Societies, Complaints, Data Protection, Information Security, Senior Management Arrangements, Systems and Controls, Treating Customers Fairly and Financial Crime, Mortgage Essentials is produced with, and regularly updated by, industry and subject experts.

It combines the fresh, creative use of technology, to inject life into a variety of topics and learning materials, delivering innovative and interactive eLearning that puts professionalism at the heart of employee development.

To find out more about Mortgage Essentials contact kieran.brown@unicorntraining.com or call 0845 130 5138.

View ‘Working Together’ here.

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