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  1. CML urges caution on FPC direction powers

    CML urges caution on FPC direction powers

    28 Nov 14 | Responding to a Treasury consultation, we question whether the Financial Policy Committee actually needs direction powers, and we call for robust consultative mechanisms if they are granted.
  2. 18% more first-time buyers in Wales in third quarter than the same period last year

    26 Nov 14 | New CML data on the characteristics of lending in Wales in the third quarter of 2014 show it ...
  3. 25% more first-time buyers in Northern Ireland in third quarter than a year ago

    26 Nov 14 | New CML data on the characteristics of lending in Northern Ireland in the third quarter of 2014 ...

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  1. CML response to HM Treasury consultation: The Financial Policy Committee’s housing market tools
    PDF 556Kb | 28 Nov 14 | We have responded to HMT’s consultation on the Financial Policy Committee’s housing market tools. ...
  2. CML response to Shelter Scotland Commission consultation on Housing and Wellbeing
    PDF 549Kb | 25 Nov 14 | We have responded to consultation by Shelter Scotland Housing Commission on Housing and Wellbeing. ...
  3. Market Commentary November 2014
    20 Nov 14 | Expectations of the first interest rate rise in the UK have moved to Q4 2015, after the Bank’s ...
 
  1. Land Registration (Scotland) Act 2012
    17 Oct 14 | The Land Registration (Scotland ) Act 2012 reforms and restates the law on the registration of ...
  2. EU Directive on responsible lending and borrowing (now called the Directive on credit agreements relating to residential property)
    26 Jun 14 | Provides an update on the EU Directive on responsible lending and borrowing - called credit ...
  3. FCA regulation publications: summary and CML actions
    07 May 14 | This page summarises the publications issued by the FSA/FCA since September 2012 and sets out the ...
 

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The macro-pru toolbox - for stability, not housing policy

Posted by Paul Smee on 26 June 2014

So, the historic moment has been reached. Macro-prudential tools are now being used to influence the mortgage market, and hence financial stability, the wider economy and - or so it feels - life, the Universe and Everyt...Read More

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