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L&G Mortgage Club & DCMS discussion on the latest developments in Identity Verification

Listen to the latest industry update on identity for mortgage lenders and brokers with Danny Belton from the Legal & General Mortage Club in discussion with the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and MyIdentity. The discussion focuses on the latest developments taking place in the digital identity space and the progress that …

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Can digital Identification systems speed up transactions and reduce fraud?

Had a good discussion with Andrew Knight of RICS on how the identity verification scheme for the home buying and selling process may impact home sales and better tackle fraud. What are the problems around the current identify verification process?  How does this new scheme meet the UK Government’s standards and the policy objectives of DCMS and …

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Today’s Conveyancer Podcast of the MyIdentity Scheme

David Opie speaks with Stuart Young of MyIdentity about the work being done to improve the process of verifying the identity of home movers in the conveyancing process.   The idea is to create a single verification of an individual’s identity which can then be used throughout the home moving process. Listen to the Podcast. Not …

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Govt-backed digital identity scheme gets agent approval

An industry-wide identity scheme headed up by MyIdentity has received glowing reviews from agents following the roll-out of a beta test project. London-based Lantana Estates Ltd is one of the first agents to use a new digital identity scheme that aims to create a faster and more secure home buying and selling process. The MyIdentity platform …

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Mortgage Lenders get behind digital identity scheme to make home buying and selling a safe digital process

Bluestone Mortgages has confirmed its participation in the digital identity scheme. Bluestone Mortgages, a fast-growing non-bank lender specialising in complex credit, specialist lending, self-employed, credit-impaired and contractors, is working as part of the scheme’s pilot test project. The pilot runs from November 2021 to December 2022 and places the new scheme in pole position of …

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ID&V Spotlight – a new approach to ID processing

Brought to you in partnership with the Legal & General Mortgage Club.  This session focuses upon MyIdentity.org, a new digital identity trust scheme for the home buying and selling process, designed by Etive. The scheme helps reduce the amount of identification required as part of the mortgage journey, speeds up the buying process, frees up …

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Speaking at the OIX Identity Trust Conference 14th Oct

Really pleased to be a guest speaker at the OIX annual identity conference on the 14th October at Congress Hall, Great Russell St, London.  This face-to-face and on-line conference will be discussing a range of topics around digital identity and tackling the view that digital ID is at a tipping point and if organisations aren’t …

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Digital ID at the forefront of people’s minds

Embracing technology and the impacts that the coronavirus pandemic has had on the legal sector, in regards to adopting technology, has been a hot topic of conversation. Today’s Conveyancer have been at the forefront of identity discussions  in home buying & selling and recently held a panel discussion of esteemed guests to discuss the importance …

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Government sets out new plans to help build trust in use of digital identities

The government has published its draft rules of the road for governing the future use of digital identities. It is part of plans to make it quicker and easier for people to verify themselves. The new ‘trust framework’ lays out the draft rules of the road organisations should follow. It includes the principles, policies, procedures and …

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