IMLA News Archive


News items from 2022

Average intermediary caseload volumes remain stable in the second quarter of 2022—IMLA report reveals
10 August 2022

Intermediary workload volumes were sustained at Q1 levels, according to the latest findings from IMLA’s Mortgage Market Tracker.

Netcall becomes latest Associate Member to join IMLA
20 July 2022

Financial automation and customer engagement specialist Netcall has today become the latest associate member to join the Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association (IMLA), bringing the total membership to 51 full members and 16 associates.

MPowered Mortgages becomes latest lender to join IMLA
31 May 2022

The addition of MPowered Mortgages brings IMLA’s total number of full and associate members to 65, spanning banks, building societies, non-bank lenders and mortgage service providers.

Average intermediary caseload volumes fall in the first quarter of 2022 from record peak in Q4 2021, but confidence remains high—IMLA report reveals
25 May 2022

Intermediary confidence in the outlook for their own firms remained strong, with 62% feeling ‘very confident’ and 98% feeling ‘very confident’ or ‘fairly confident’.

Three building societies join as new IMLA members
19 April 2022

Cumberland Building Society, Saffron Building Society and Melton Building Society become IMLA’s latest members, making the combined total of 64 full and associate members

IMLA reaches milestone of 60 members as Gallagher Re joins as latest Associate Member
28 February 2022

Gallagher Re, a full service global reinsurance broking and advisory firm across the risk and capital spectrum, has become the milestone 60th member to join the Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association (IMLA), as an Associate Member.

Average intermediary caseload volumes reach record high in Q4, according to IMLA
15 February 2022

Intermediary confidence in the outlook for their own firms was also strong, with 62% feeling ‘very confident’ and 98% confident overall.

Danske Bank UK becomes latest lender to join IMLA
24 January 2022

Danske Bank UK is the latest lender to join IMLA’s membership, making a total of 59 full and associate members spanning a range of banks, building societies, non-bank lenders and mortgage service providers.

Government must maintain balance between home ownership and private rental sector in 2022
17 January 2022

The recommendation is part of IMLA’s 2022 Mortgage Market Manifesto, identifying key areas of focus for the market this year

Mortgage market set for quieter 2022 after unprecedented 2021, IMLA report predicts
10 January 2022

The Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association (IMLA) has published its 2022 ‘The New Normal—prospects for 2022 and 2023’ report, predicting mortgage market performance in 2022 and 2023