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Wellesley’s Chief Risk Officer appointed Chairman of the Housing and Community, Audit and Risk Assurance Committee

19th May 2017

Wellesley’s Chief Risk Officer, Stephen Bell, has recently been appointed Chairman of the Homes and Communities Agency Committee Board. The main priority of the HCA is to create and improve local communities’ infrastructure and economic environment. Following the release …

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Second home owners – the good, the bad or has it turned ugly?

5th December 2016

Having grown up in an area well known for second home ownership, Devon, the thought of a second home is something that seemed out of my grasp. Perhaps (living in an ideal location) it was because I didn’t understand …

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10 Alternative Holiday Destinations to Consider This Year

29th June 2016

Bed down for the night, in an igloo   Our first entry is the Hotel de Glace in Quebec, Canada – the only hotel in the world made entirely out of ice! Expert artisans in the production of sculptures …

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Barclays Brings Back The 100% Home Loan At The Expense Of Mum and Dad

12th June 2016

With the Help to Buy ISA launching last year and the introduction of the Lifetime ISA proposed for April 2017, questions surrounding property purchase for first-time buyers are rife. Barclays has put another spanner in the works for already …

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Are Millennials In Serious Finance Trouble?

8th June 2016

A generally stable economy, technological advancements and low levels of unemployment – Generation Y are said to have it all. Tarnished as entitled and irresponsible, the generation of young adults is assumed by many to have a rosy future …

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The Importance of Planning Ahead

1st June 2016

The mantra of ‘live everyday as if it were your last’ is, sadly, not something that can be applied to many people’s finances. If you are not one of the world’s elite, there is a chance you could be …

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Introduction to the Lifetime ISA

19th May 2016

George Osborne announced in the 2016 Budget that a new Lifetime ISA will be introduced in April 2017. The new ISA, available to those aged between 18 and 40, enables the account holder to save up to £4,000 each …

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Northern Powerhouse or Northern Powersham?

12th May 2016

Northern Powerhouse For some UK citizens, the announcement of millions of pounds being injected into the rail and road networks of the North is a welcome plan and will benefit the property market substantially. With the Chancellor publicising funding …

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How Do Your Finances Measure Up To The Average Brit?

3rd May 2016

  The economic downturn. The rising price of buying a property. The increasing cost of living. Open any national newspaper and on any given day and you’ll likely be faced with all manner of horror stories about the economy. …

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The Changing Face of Retirement in Britain

21st April 2016

For many of us, the word “retirement” conjures up images of freedom. It opens up opportunities for international travel, the chance to take up new hobbies or spend more time with family, freed from the shackles of a full-time …

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Wellesley is the singular name for the following collective of companies, Wellesley Group Limited (09811856), Wellesley & Co Limited (07981279) and Wellesley Finance Plc (08331511). Wellesley & Co Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) (Registration Number 655503). Wellesley & Co Limited is not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. Wellesley Finance Plc is not authorised or regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Wellesley Finance Plc and Wellesley Secured Finance Plc are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

Wellesley & Co Limited and Wellesley Finance Plc are registered in England and Wales and their registered office is at St Albans House, 57/59 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4QX. The trading address for both Wellesley & Co Limited and Wellesley Finance Plc is St Albans House, 57/59 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QX. The registered address for Wellesley Secured Finance Plc is at 35 Great St. Helen’s, London EC3A 6AP.