LANDLORDINVEST has begun testing appropriateness tests and investor self-certification as it unveils a range of changes to its website.
The peer-to-peer buy-to-let lending platform said it will be ready for the new regulatory changes either on or before their introduction on 9 December.
It has altered its platform navigation, making it easier to switch between standard and Innovative Finance ISA accounts and to make the website more mobile-friendly.
This will make it easier to view tables and loan listings, the platform said.
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The lender has also altered its secondary market so when an investor tries to sell a loan it will go to a new page instead of a pop-up.
“The update includes a new user interface as well as performance enhancements to some key pages that have previously loaded slowly for certain investors,” LandlordInvest said.
“We’ve tried to avoid changing the layout of the pages unless necessary, so the features and information you’ve gotten used to should all be roughly where you remember them being, but with a clearer, more consistent appearance and a smoother experience on mobile and small tablet devices.”