Trowers comments: Why lenders may also be concerned about an 'unregistered parent'


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As reported in Social Housing, the Regulator of Social Housing has recently indicated that having a non-registered group parent may, depending on the circumstances, be detrimental to a registered provider’s regulatory position.

Neil Waller reflects on what the regulatory impact might be for providers considering the adoption of an unregistered parent and the impact for lenders in Social Housing.

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