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Yes – there’ll be plenty of opportunity to network with lenders and industry leaders. And yes – you’ll be able to count your time at The Mortgage Conference towards your continuing professional development (CPD).
But, as the home of CeMAP, our main aim is to educate and inform – to help you and your business get ready for the future and face the challenges it may bring with confidence.
So we’re partnering with the best. Our headline sponsor is Legal & General, who’ll be offering their expertise on mortgages, protection and equity release, as well as sharing details of latest technology and innovations and the Legal & General Mortgage Club – the largest in the UK.
You’ll hear from industry leaders on the most pressing issues facing mortgage professionals:
Our speakers and panels will welcome your questions and contributions. And you can continue the conversation as you network at refreshment breaks and lunch.
LIBF members: £55
Your ticket includes a light breakfast, lunch and refreshments throughout the day.
We’ve already booked some of the best speakers in the industry to join us. But we’ll be announcing more over the next few months!
Esther Dijkstra, our headline speaker, is Lloyds Banking Group’s Managing Director of Intermediaries. She’s working with both builders and brokers to build the housing market of the future – one that’s more inclusive, environmentally sustainable and more affordable.
You’ll get the latest on regulation, governance and how to manage organisational culture, from specialists, like Julie Pardy, Director of Regulation and Market Engagement at Worksmart.
And you’ll be able to hear from experts in the ever-growing market of later-life lending, including:
Our headline sponsor is Legal & General, who run the UK’s largest mortgage club, enjoy a 30% market share of all protection business written in the UK and are growing fast in the home finance equity release market.
Other sponsors include:
In troubled times, protection is more important than ever, but it’s sometimes difficult to keep up with the vast array of products. How could advising on protection be made easier?
We’ll examine the latest innovations and consider in depth the relationship between protection and mortgage advisers.