MFG Conference: extension of early bird rate

Our conference, Trends and Opportunities in the Mortgage Market, takes place on Wednesday 27 September at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in Kensingto

Our conference, Trends and Opportunities in the Mortgage Market, takes place on Wednesday 27 September at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in Kensington, London, and the line-up is almost complete.

The early bird rate is half price at just £199, which you have to admit is great value, and includes refreshments, lunch and a drinks reception at the end of the day and into the evening.

Aimed at mortgage lenders and associated industry partners, this conference will explore the trends and opportunities in the mortgage market this year and into the future. Here is a taste of what you can expect on the day.

Lord Matthew Taylor of Goss Moor is the man behind the Garden Village and Towns Policy, which will create new communities around the country. He will explain this ambitious project and discuss how mortgage lenders can play a major part in financing these new homes.

Paul Broadhead, Head of Mortgage Policy at the Building Societies Association, will discuss modern methods of construction, the Housing White Paper and BSA housing strategy.

Tony Ward, President and Chief Executive of Clayton Euro Risk, will talk about mortgage funding: past, present and the future

Maria Harris, Director of Mortgages at Atom Bank, will give insight into the UK’s first digital only mortgage lender.

Guy Batchelor, Sales and Marketing Director at Vida Homeloans, will explore the rise of the specialist lender. Why more niche lenders are launching and filling in the gaps left by mainstream lenders and how tech/fintec is helping them to be slicker.

Stuart Wilson, Channel Marketing Director at more2life, will look at lending into later life including how equity release can help some interest-only borrowers with a shortfall, stay in their homes.

Dean Mirfin, Technical Director at Key Retirement, will discuss mainstream mortgages for those looking to borrow into or in retirement including the approaches being adopted and experienced as this market develops further.

Matthew Cumber, Director of Field Operations at Countrywide Surveying Services will look at the role intermediaries, lenders and surveyors play in ensuring customers go into the house buying process with their eyes wide open.

Thomas Maddern, Senior Manager, Customer & Digital at KPMG, will present insights into transforming the lender/broker experience focusing on best in class examples of how lenders approach their relationship with brokers.

Registration can be found on the MFG Conference website.

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