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  1. Occasional Paper 50: Addendum [pdf]

    Occasional papers Published: 25/06/2020
    Addendum to Occasional Paper 50: Quantifying the High-Frequency Trading ‘Arms Race’: A Simple New Methodology and Estimates
  2. Occasional Paper No. 55: Better the lender you know? Limited attention and lender familiarity in UK mortgage choices [pdf]

    Occasional papers Published: 10/03/2020
    Occasional Paper No. 55: Better the lender you know? Limited attention and lender familiarity in UK mortgage choices.
  3. Occasional Paper No 54: When Discounted Rates End: The Cost of Taking Action in the Mortgage Market [pdf]

    Occasional papers Published: 10/03/2020 Last modified: 18/03/2020
    Occasional Paper No 54: Occasional Paper No 54: When Discounted Rates End: The Cost of Taking Action in the Mortgage Market
  4. Occasional Paper No. 54: When discounted rates end: the cost of taking action in the mortgage market

    Occasional papers Published: 10/03/2020 Last modified: 13/03/2020
    When an introductory mortgage rate expires the majority of borrowers remortgage, but a minority end up paying reversion interest rates. Who are these borrowers and how much could they benefit from remortgaging?
  5. Occasional Paper No. 55: Better the lender you know? Limited attention and lender familiarity in UK mortgage choices

    Occasional papers Published: 10/03/2020 Last modified: 13/03/2020
    This Occasional Paper looks at the effect of brand loyalty when borrowers are choosing new mortgages. 
  6. Occasional Paper No. 53: Changes in the mortgage market post 4.5 limit on loan to income ratios [pdf]

    Occasional papers Published: 17/02/2020
    FCA Occasional Paper No. 53: Changes in the mortgage market post 4.5 limit on loan to income ratios
  7. Occasional Paper No. 53: Changes in the mortgage market post 4.5 limit on loan to income ratios

    Occasional papers Published: 17/02/2020 Last modified: 17/02/2020
    Lenders have been encouraged to restrict the number of mortgages they issue with high LTI ratios following concerns over excessive and unsustainable borrowing for consumers. How has this affected allocation of mortgages and their prices?
  8. Occasional Paper 52: Bond liquidity and dealer inventories [pdf]

    Occasional papers Published: 11/02/2020
    Read a joint FCA and Securities and Exchange Commission working paper on bond liquidity and dealer inventories, using US and European regulatory data.
  9. Occasional Paper No. 52: Bond liquidity and dealer inventories

    Occasional papers Published: 11/02/2020 Last modified: 11/02/2020
    Liquidity in global bond markets is a key concern following the financial crisis. Can utilising data across jurisdictions shed some light?
  10. Occasional Paper 51: Using online experiments for behaviourally informed consumer policy [PDF] [pdf]

    Occasional papers Published: 10/02/2020
    Occasional Paper 51