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CML publishes updated market data in new edition of Yearbook

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Published: 31 May 2016 | Author: Bernard Clarke

The latest edition of the CML Yearbook and Directory is packed with information, analysis and comment on a wide range of mortgage market developments, and also includes business profiles of every CML member and associate.

With an introduction by CML director general Paul Smee, the 112-page Yearbook provides a market overview and contains articles on a series of topical mortgage industry issues, including arrears and possessions, borrowing into retirement, lending fees and charges, regulatory developments, housing supply and demand, and buy-to-let.

There are also articles on environmental issues for lenders, progress on combatting fraud, technological developments, mortgage funding, conveyancing, interest-only lending and new entrants to the sector.

Over and above this editorial content, the Yearbook contains an index of members and associates, with a profile of every firm. Lender profiles contain information about the firm’s number of borrowers, mortgage assets, market share and gross lending. There is also information on how each firm distributes loans, and the extent to which their mortgage assets are on balance sheet or securitised and managed.

Each associate profile contains contact details and a description of the firm’s commercial activities.