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Mortgage lenders revealed by CML Overall loans of the six largest companies increased by 17% and they asserted their overall position in the overall credit markets. Last year's overall GDP loans showed sharp 14% increase to 203bn (excluding loans to residential property companies, which the Bank of England recently deleted from its mortgage data). However, the numbers are still far from the level reached at its height in 2007, when overall loans amounted to £357bn.

However, during the period of credit crunch, the dual effect of the exit of lenders from the markets and mergers of other companies led to a significant turnaround, with 86% of new lending in 2009 coming from the six largest lenders. Overall, the six largest lenders recorded 17% increase in activities. However, the underlying lenders (those in places seven to 20) recorded significantly higher overall economic expansion of 46%.

It should be noted that four lenders recorded significant expansion in credit expansion, with each of them pushing up a number of jobs in total lending: The Bank of Ireland tripled its loans in 2015, and OneSavings Bank (88%), Paragon (75%) and Clydesdale (61%) also recorded significant expansion.

Bausparkassen increase loans by 5% in the first quarter.

The net lending/borrowing was 4.2bn, up 7 per cent from 3.9bn pounds in the first quarter of 2017 and represented a 43 per cent increase in equity ratio from 37 per cent at the same time last year to 37 per cent. 3.9 per cent growth in the first quarter of 2017 was due to the increase in the net loan balance. Bausparkassen granted 113,350 new mortgage credits, a 33 percent stake and a 1 percent increase over the 112,556 mortgages granted in the first quarter of 2017.

Mutual insurers lend 26,673 first-time customers, up 10 per cent on the 24,343 in the first quarter of 2017. Ongoing accounts receivable totalled 302.9 billion, a 22 percent increase in value, up 5 percent from 289.1 billion pounds at the end of the first quarter of 2017. Robin Fieth, head of Business Saving Association, says: "For many borrower who do not fulfil the standards of the largest lenders, bausparkassen can often help because they can individually evaluate the borrower.

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