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CONC 3.7.2ARRP
2CONC 3.7.5 R to CONC 3.7.8 G:(1) apply to a financial promotion or a communication with a customer in relation to credit broking whether or not it is in relation to a regulated credit agreement; but(2) do not apply to a financial promotion or a communication with a customer which clearly indicates that it is made solely in respect of credit broking in relation to a credit agreement secured by a legal or equitable mortgage on land.
CONC 5.2.5RRP
(1) 1This rule applies if, in relation to a regulated credit agreement: (a) an individual other than the borrower (in this rule referred to as “the guarantor”) is to provide a guarantee or an indemnity (or both); and(b) the lender is required to undertake an assessment of the customer under CONC 5.2.1R or CONC 5.2.2R.(2) Before entering into the regulated credit agreement, the lender must undertake an assessment of the potential for the guarantor’s commitments in respect of the
IFPRU 4.7.8GRP
The FCA believes that an average reduction in property sales prices of 40% from their peak price, prior to the market downturn, forms an appropriate reference point when assessing downturn LGD for UK mortgage portfolios. This reduction captures both a fall in the value of the property due to house price deflation, as well as a distressed forced sale discount.
MCOB 4.10.11RRP
1A risks and features statement need not be personalised to the customer's circumstances but must:(1) include the Key facts logo in a prominent position at the top of the statement;(2) state that the FCA requires a firm to provide the statement;(3) state that mortgages are available and that the customer should think carefully about the product appropriate to his needs;(4) describe the significant features of the plan, including:(a) how the home purchase plan works;(b) the nature
CONC 3.6.5RRP
(1) Where a financial promotion concerns a facility for which security is or may be required, the promotion must:(a) state that security is or may be required; and(b) specify the nature of the security.[Note: regulation 7(1) of CCAR 2004](2) Where, in the case of a financial promotion, the security comprises or may comprise a mortgage or charge on a property used by the customer as a dwelling (whether or not the customer’s primary residence)4:(a) except where (c) applies, the
MCOB 13.5.2GRP
(1) For the purpose of MCOB 13.5.1 R, charges that trigger the requirement for regular statements include all charges and fees levied directly as a result of the account falling into arrears. This includes charges such as monthly administrative charges, legal fees and interest. If interest is applied to the amount of the arrears, as it is applied to the rest of the mortgage, a firm need not send a written statement, unless other charges are also being made. If interest is applied
DISP App 1.1.1GRP
This appendix sets out the approach and standards which firms should use when investigating complaints relating to the sale of endowment policies for the purposes of achieving capital repayment of a mortgage. It is not intended to be comprehensive. It is primarily concerned with the assessment of whether the complainant may have suffered financial loss, and if so, how much that loss is, and therefore what amount a firm should consider offering by way of fair and appropriate compensation
CONC 6.7.25ARRP
(1) 2Paragraph (2) applies if an individual other than the borrower (in this rule referred to as “the guarantor”) has: (a) provided a guarantee or an indemnity (or both) in relation to: (i) a regulated credit agreement; or(ii) a P2P agreement in respect of which the borrower is an individual; and(b) granted a continuous payment authority.(2) CONC 6.7.24R and CONC 6.7.25R apply in respect of the guarantor as if references to the customer were references to the guarantor.(3) For
MCOB 8.1.2RRP

This table belongs to MCOB 8.1.1 R

(1) Category of firm

(2) Applicable section

equity release provider4

4

whole chapter except MCOB 8.5A5 and MCOB 8.74, MCOB 8.6A in accordance with MCOB 8.1.2A R5

equity release adviser4

4

whole chapter MCOB 8.7 does not apply in relation to a lifetime mortgage4

5

equity release arranger4

4

whole chapter except MCOB 8.5A.5MCOB 8.7 does not apply in relation to a lifetime mortgage4

5
MCOB 5.1.5GRP

This table belongs to MCOB 5.1.4G

Type of mortgage

Requirements that do not apply

Additional or alternative requirements

Multi-part mortgages

MCOB 5.6.42 R (3)

MCOB 5.6.46 R

MCOB 5.6.28 R

MCOB 5.6.54 R - MCOB 5.6.57 G

Foreign currency mortgages

N/A

MCOB 5.6.127 R - MCOB 5.6.128 R6

Deferred interest rate mortgages

N/A

MCOB 5.6.132 R

Mortgages without a term or regular payment plan

MCOB 5.6.31 R

MCOB 5.6.40 R - MCOB 5.6.57 G

MCOB 5.6.59 R - MCOB 5.6.65 R

MCOB 5.6.32 R

MCOB 5.6.134 R - MCOB 5.6.145 R

DISP 2.7.6RRP
To be an eligible complainant a person must also have a complaint which arises from matters relevant to one or more of the following relationships with the respondent:121(1) the complainant is (or was) a customer,623payment service user3 or electronic money holder623 of the respondent;(2) the complainant is (or was) a potential customer,623payment service user3 or electronic money holder623 of the respondent;(3) the complainant is the holder, or the beneficial owner, of units
SUP 16.11.2GRP
(1) The purpose of this section2 is to set out the requirements for firms in the retail mortgage, investment, consumer credit lending8 and pure protection contract markets specified in SUP 16.11.1 R to report individual product sales data, and to report individual performance data on regulated mortgage contracts,7 to the FCA16. In the case of firms in the sale and rent back market, there is a requirement to record, but not to submit, sales7data.6 These requirements apply6 whether
PERG 4.10A.5GRP
(1) This paragraph lists the regulated mortgage contracts outside the MCD.(2) MCD exempt lifetime mortgages are excluded from the Mortgage Credit Directive. These are regulated mortgage contracts or article 3(1)(b) credit agreements where the creditor:(a) contributes a lump sum, periodic payments or other forms of credit disbursement; (b) contributes the sums in (a) in return for a sum deriving from the future sale of a residential property or a right relating to residential property;
MCOB 4.8A.11GRP
(1) The variation in MCOB 4.8A.10 R might involve: a transfer to a different property (“porting”); the addition or removal of a borrower for joint mortgages; an extension of the term; a change in payment method; or consent to let the property. This list is not exhaustive.(2) Examples of rate changes in MCOB 4.8A.10R (1)(b) are: a transfer from a variable rate to a fixed rate; and a transfer from one fixed rate to another fixed rate.(3) Firms are reminded that, if their presentation
COLL 8.4.12RRP
The following limits apply in respect of immovables held as part of the scheme property:(1) the amount secured by mortgages over any immovable must not exceed 100% of the latest valuation by an appropriate valuer under COLL 8.4.11 R (2)(c) or COLL 8.4.11 R (2)(d) or COLL 8.4.13 R, as appropriate;(2) no option may be granted to a person to buy or obtain an interest in any immovable comprised in the scheme property if this might unduly prejudice the ability to provide redemption;
PERG 4.1.6GRP
A person may be intending to carry on activities related to other forms of investment in connection with mortgages, such as advising on and arranging an endowment policy or ISA to repay an interest-only mortgage. Such a person should also consult the guidance in PERG 2 (Authorisation and regulated activities),2PERG 5 (Guidance on insurance mediation activities) and PERG 8 (Financial promotion and related activities). In addition, PERG 14 (Guidance on home reversion, home purchase
MCOB 6A.3.7GRP
Where it is known that a loan will be released in instalments, for example in the case of a self-build mortgage, the loan can involve a binding offer, ESIS and the reflection period either for:(1) the full amount; or(2) an initial amount, which would be replaced by a binding offer, an ESIS and reflection period for a larger amount and so on.
MCOB 5.7.2RRP
A business illustration or high net worth illustration3provided to a customer must:(1) use the headings and prescribed text in MCOB 5 Annex 1 (except as provided in MCOB 5.7) but need not follow the format;(2) include the content required by MCOB 5.6.3 R to MCOB 5.6.128 R4 (except MCOB 5.6.5 R, MCOB 5.6.101 R, MCOB 5.6.109 R to MCOB 5.6.112 G, MCOB 5.6.120 R and MCOB 5.6.121 R);14(3) use the key facts logo followed by the text 'about this [term used by the firm to describe the
CONC 6.2.1ARRP
(1) 2This rule applies if, in relation to a regulated credit agreement: (a) an individual other than the borrower (in this rule referred to as “the guarantor”) has provided a guarantee or an indemnity (or both); and(b) the lender is required to undertake an assessment of the customer under CONC 6.2.1R.(2) Before doing either of the things mentioned in (1), the lender must undertake an assessment of the potential for the guarantor’s commitments in respect of the regulated credit
PERG 4.10B.5GRP
(1) A buy-to-let credit agreement means either:(a) a contract that at the time it is entered into has the following characteristics:(i) a lender provides credit to an individual or trustees (the 'borrower');(ii) the contract provides for the obligation of the borrower to repay to be secured by a mortgage on land in the EEA;(iii) at least 40% of that land is used, or is intended to be used, as or in connection with a dwelling2 (or, where trustees are the borrower, by an individual