London Money has announced it will be increasing the retention rates that they pay their brokers.
According to the firm, the hub is also designed to provide support for the financial services industry as it adjusts to new ways of working.
Banks have been criticised by firms and MPs for insisting on personal guarantees before issuing the government backed emergency loans, as reported by the BBC.
Individual spring months may see newly agreed sales down by up to 80%.
The Future Fifty programme enables a select number of the UK’s leading digital firms to come together.
AIR Group has noted a lack of valuers as a result of coronavirus and social distancing.
Computershare is calling on borrowers to delay any non-urgent enquiries and use their lenders’ websites.
The data is collected using the company’s INSIGHT platform and it is free to access.
Estate agents and lettings agencies that have closed as a result of COVID-19 will not have to pay business rates this coming financial year, according to HM Treasury.
Together has announced it will not be offering any new loan applications across its product range.