Mary Or

Mary Or

Mary Or is a journalist at Key Media, where she writes news and feature stories for several of the company's business titles. She completed her bachelor's degree in Comparative Literature and Juris Doctor degree in the University of the Philippines Diliman.

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Nationwide online banking crashes for third time in three months

‘This is unacceptable,’ user says.

Nationwide online banking crashes for third time in three months

Bank of England considers ditching affordability test

Consultations underway.

Bank of England considers ditching affordability test

NatWest halves operational carbon footprint, aims for net zero by 2050

As of December 31, 2021, NatWest had analysed 52% of its gross lending and investment balances at full year 2019 for financed emissions.

NatWest halves operational carbon footprint, aims for net zero by 2050

Mortgage Marketing Forum sustainability webinar open to all

The “Sustainability in the Mortgage Market” webinar will feature Ana Bajri, head of sustainability at Countrywide Surveying Services.

Mortgage Marketing Forum sustainability webinar open to all

More than 90% of lenders admit brokers bring benefits

Asked about the specific benefits speaking to advisers can bring to borrowers, 92% of lenders said it would help non-standard borrowers access a wider range of mortgage products.

More than 90% of lenders admit brokers bring benefits

Rent control spells disaster for sector, agents forewarn

Statement follows calls by London Mayor.

Rent control spells disaster for sector, agents forewarn

Rightmove: Property prices hit 20-year record

Movers suffered from fear of missing out, numbers suggest.

Rightmove: Property prices hit 20-year record

KFS Recruitment appoints national headhunter

The agency believes her understanding of the market will bring an edge.

KFS Recruitment appoints national headhunter

London-based startup bags huge funding

Its mission? Help UK households around the cost-of-living squeeze.

London-based startup bags huge funding

CHL Mortgages introduces first 7-year fixes

Maximum LTV also up by 5%.

CHL Mortgages introduces first 7-year fixes