Mortgage Business Expo (MBE) is pleased to announce it will be featuring a presentation by the Homes Under the Hammer presenter Martin Roberts.
In his keynote presentation the TV property guru will give his personal thoughts on the state of the market and some anecdotes from 15 years presenting one of the UK's most popular and long-running property TV shows.
He also runs the Martin Roberts Foundation which provides help for children and young people through the delivery of relevant and targeted information and educational activities. Their aim is to help to enable youngsters to develop skills and capabilities that will enable them to participate in society as independent, mature and responsible individuals.
Registration is now open for the London Expo, to be held at the Barbican, London on 10th October and the Expo also includes a full seminar programme and panel debates eligible for valuable Cll CPD hours.
"We are excited to announce that Martin Roberts, famed for his role in the hit TV show Homes Under the Hammer, will provide valuable insights into the current property market. "
Over 50 financial companies and industry bodies will be at MBE London and it is the longest established and the most well respected Expos, having held regular events in London for over 18 years.
IFAs and brokers will have the opportunity to directly discuss finance and planning needs for their clients with major financial brands such as building societies, specialist lenders, retirement planning providers and industry bodies in a friendly and professional environment to help develop new business opportunities.
Mike Mikunda, from MBE commented: “We are excited to announce that we are delighted that Martin Roberts, famed for his role in the hit TV show Homes Under the Hammer will provide valuable insights into the current property market.
“MBE provides the ideal environment for delegates to interact with industry experts and hear the latest thinking on a range of important topics. 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.
“We strongly believe our seminars, delivered by notable industry figures, can help with tangible business benefits for our delegates.”
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