Mortgage Business Expo (MBE) is pleased to announce the extensive series of seminars and panel debates it will be holding at the Barbican, London on 13th October and they are accredited to qualify for valuable Cll CPD points.
As well as MBE’s core seminars, there will also be CPD eligible seminars by Aldermore and interactive workshops by The London Institute of Banking & Finance.
The MBE seminars cover important topics such as the increasing popularity of equity release, covered by Andrea Rozario of Bower Retirement and Nigel Waterson of the Equity Release Council. Topics including buy to let, bridging finance and business finance will be covered by keynote speakers including David Whittaker of Mortgages for Business, Ian Thomas of LendInvest, Rob Barnard of Pepper Homeloans and Martese Carton of Leeds Building Society. There will also be a presentation from Jon Hall on the launch of Masthaven Bank.
The day will also feature two panel debates for brokers and IFAs to discuss key issues with industry experts. Panellists include John Wriglesworth of Instinctif Partners, Esther Dijkstra of Lloyds Banking Group, Benson Hersch of the ASTL, Ian Boden of Aldermore, Ian Andrew of the Nationwide and Adrian Moloney of One Savings Bank.
"The MBE seminars will also benefit delegates as they have CII accreditation so IFAs and mortgage brokers can earn valuable CPD points. We strongly believe our seminars provide business benefits. "
The aim of the seminars and panel discussions is to inform and educate introducers of the changing markets covered by MBE, whilst at the same time helping them to find new ways to grow and develop their businesses and improve their bottom line.
The MBE has over 50 financial companies and industry bodies at the event and is the longest established and the most well respected Expos, having held regular events in London for over 16 years.
Registration for brokers and IFAs is free and they will have the opportunity to directly discuss the finance and planning needs for their clients with major financial brands such as building societies, specialist lenders, retirement planning providers and industry bodies such as the FCA, the Equity Release Council and the Personal Finance Society.
Mike Mikunda, from MBE commented: “We are excited to announce that we have interactive panel debates to complement the MBE and Aldermore seminar programmes. It’s vital that delegates are able to interact with industry speakers and we fell the Q&A sessions will be very much welcomed by brokers and IFAs alike. MBE has always been a great place for topical discussions and could help introducer firms to develop their business further through a better understanding of the market they are operating in or want to diversify into.
“The MBE seminars will also benefit delegates as they have CII accreditation so IFAs and mortgage brokers can earn valuable CPD points. We strongly believe our seminars, delivered by industry experts, can help with tangible business benefits for our delegates.”
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