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Welcome to the Green Mortgage Advice website

Brought to you by The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries

We have created this website to serve as a knowledge base for the mortgage broker community on green home finance and the net zero agenda. It seeks to help brokers and other mortgage professionals understand the opportunities and challenges our industry faces as we navigate the green transition. It is primarily aimed at mortgage intermediaries and those working in the sector – but is open to anyone with a professional interest in green home finance.

Our intention is to deliver information and training materials to inform intermediaries and their customers about the journey they will have to embark upon to improve their properties’ green credentials. We will help explain exemptions, limits of expenditure and the short, medium and long-term implications in the property market.

To do this, we have joined forces with the Mortgage Climate Action Group (MCAG), who will serve as the official AMI Steering Group for the development and delivery of our cross-industry initiative on green mortgage advice.

Read more about the role of MCAG, including our shared manifesto and priorities.

We are also delighted to be working in collaboration with the Green Finance Institute (GFI), who have led the development of both a guide for lenders and a guide for brokers, with the potential for a consumer facing guide to follow.

You can find out more about AMI, MCAG and GFI in ‘Who we are‘.

In addition, we will be hosting training materials from lenders and others in the sector. Thanks to HSBC for getting us off the ground. The site will be an open resource for the sector, and will embrace infrastructure, new technology, installation, financing and how to ensure improvements are recognised and recorded.

In launching the site, we are in the early days of a decades long journey. We will continue to add to and amend the site over time. We want it to be yours, so please let us know what we can do to improve it for you.

Robert Sinclair
AMI Chief Executive

Who we are

The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries

The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries

The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries is the representative body for the mortgage and protection advice profession. Through our corporate membership, over 80% of all brokers belong to AMI and we represent their interests with policy makers, politicians and regulators here and across Europe. It is our mission to deliver a better business environment to our members and we work with consumer groups, the media, providers and other industry bodies to deliver this objective.
Find out more about AMI and what we do

The Mortgage Climate Action Group

The Mortgage Climate Action Group

The Mortgage Climate Action Group (MCAG) started life as an alliance of mortgage firms working together to rise to the challenges posed by the green agenda. It began working with AMI soon after its inception, and it quickly became apparent that the interests of AMI and MCAG were closely aligned. This led to the decision to make MCAG the official Steering Group for the development and delivery of AMI’s green initiative, with the aim of providing resources, training and representation for the mortgage intermediary sector as we navigate the net zero transition.
Find out more about MCAG and its direction of travel

Our Collaborators

The GFI is an independent, commercially-focused organisation backed by government and led by bankers. It is fuelled by science and data and propelled by the creativity and ingenuity of the finance sector. It designs, develops and launches portfolios of scalable financial solutions that accelerate sector-specific transitions to a low-carbon future.

Since April 2022, AMI has had a close working relationship with the GFI, primarily to support the development of the Broker Handbook on Green Home Finance and Retrofit Technologies. We continue to work together to develop resources and promote better broker education on green home finance.


Other Stakeholders

AMI is also working in conjunction with a range of key stakeholders to ensure we deliver a joined-up strategy. These include but are not limited to:

  • The Financial Conduct Authority
  • The London Institute of Banking and Finance
  • The Society of Mortgage Professionals (within the Chartered Insurance Institute)
  • Government departments formerly comprising the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS):
    • Department for Energy Security & Net Zero
    • Department for Business and Trade
    • Department for Science, Innovation and Technology