Mortgage Arrears and Access to Mortgage Finance: Follow up

Following its Report Mortgage Arrears and Access to Mortgage Finance published in August 2009, the Treasury Committee decided to undertake a short follow-up inquiry which focused on households affected by the recession and struggling with mortgage arrears and/or at risk of repossession.

Written evidence | Oral evidence


Tuesday 23 March 2010

Ms Nicola Hughes, Shelter, Mr Dominic Lindley, Which? And Mr Peter Tutton, Citizens Advice Bureau; Mr Michael Coogan, Director-General, Council of Mortgage Lenders, Mr Stephen Sklaroff, Director-General, Finance and Leasing Association, and Mr Paul Broadhead, Head of Mortgage Policy, Building Societies Association; Mr Jon Pain, Managing Director, Supervision, and Ms Lesley Titcomb, Director, Small Firms and Contact, Financial Services Authority.


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