....“Across the wider market, we are observing – not from all firms, but definitely from a few– a shift in credit risk appetite as lenders compete with each other to find ways of widening the pool of available borrowers, increasing the size of loans available to them, or reducing the credit premium charged for inherently more risky loans,” he said. Woods’s remarks were initially prepared for delivery in May to the Building Societies Association
but delayed because of the purdah period imposed once the general election was called. ...
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