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  1. Here's what I think - A goodbye to all that buy-to-let And good riddance too. Sell now, sell everything.
  2. Interesting piece in the FT on Wednesday, google for "UK’s financial regulators move to boost challenger banks", and it minded me to start a thread where all the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision Revisions to the Standardised Approach for credit risk stuff can live. A quotation from Andrew Bailey where he makes the argument that the current risk-weights are pushing the challengers into the "racier" end of the market and an allusion to the fact that in the past that has ended badly. It's interesting how the challenger banks got so balls deep in BTL so quickly, so now you have the ridicul
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