Welcome to Mortgage Vision

Can you believe that 2018 will be the 9th year of Mortgage Vision? We’re so proud, year after year, to be able to offer our annual intermediary roadshow to so many of you, enabling you to advance your knowledge and broaden your business horizons in this ever-changing industry.

Last year, we put on 10 free events encompassing 1,300 presentations, and travelled 2,973 miles to bring you a fantastic national roadshow – with 98.9% of you recommending them to your colleagues!

We’ve taken all your feedback on board to build an even better roadshow this year, and here’s a little about what you can expect…

What we have in store
Our annual events are put on to ensure that you gain essential knowledge about our marketplace as a whole, as well as to discover new business opportunities and network with the best and brightest in our industry.

Our roadshow will feature talks from leading companies and inspirational leaders, with Adrian Scoates from Nationwide, our CEO, Mark Lofthouse and Robert Sinclair of AMI  kick-starting each event with their platform presentations.

10 roundtable sessions will then follow, featuring: Nationwide & TMWSantander for Intermediaries, Coventry for Intermediaries, ConveyancingBrainTogetherRoyal LondonOneSavings Bank, Skipton Intermediaries, Principality Intermediaries, Fluent Money for Advisers and Mortgage Brain. Use this unique chance to talk, discuss and question your providers face to face – a great opportunity to gain valuable bits of information and keep updated.

You’ll get plenty of chance before, during and after to network with fellow Advisers, as well as enjoy a free lunch. Of course, all our delegates will be able to claim up to 3.5 hours* structured CPD towards their CII member CPD scheme. You can see the full agenda here and the one for Belfast here.

Topics being covered
The impending Brexit deal will be a hot topic covered this year, focusing on what it means for you as an Adviser and the UK economy. We’ll also be covering plenty more subjects, such as Lenders’ systemisation, the Competition Review, Adviser opportunities, and how technology can help you meet your customers’ growing expectations. Plus hear from 6 Lenders on their latest innovations and how business partner propositions can aid your income and your clients. All of that in just one morning! Read what the platform speakers and round table presenters will be talking about by clicking on each of the logos on this website page.

New locations
We’ve added two new locations to our UK tour, so we’ll be taking Mortgage Vision even further! All twelve dates are as follows:

Newcastle – Gateshead Marriott Hotel – Tuesday 25th September
Leeds – Village Leeds South – Wednesday 26th September
Southampton – Macdonald Botley Park Hotel – Thursday 4th October
Birmingham – The St Johns Hotel Solihull – Tuesday 9th October
Manchester – AJ Bell Stadium – Wednesday 10th October
NEW –  Maidstone – Tudor Park Marriott Hotel – Tuesday 16th October
Sunbury/Middx – Kempton Park Racecourse – Wednesday 17th October
London/Arsenal – Arsenal FC – Tuesday 30th October
Belfast – Hilton Belfast Templepatrick – Wednesday 7th November
Newport – Coldra Court Hotel – Thursday 15th November
NEW – Exeter – Exeter Racecourse – Thursday 22nd November
London/Elstree – Holiday Inn London-Elstree M25 – Thursday 28th November

You can now book your place for any of our twelve venues on our website – and even reserve a spot for your colleagues at the same time!

You can check out the events at www.mortgagevision.net and make sure you let us know you’re coming along by tweeting us @Mortgage_Brain and using the hashtag #MVision2018.

We look forward to welcoming you back to our 9th year of Mortgage Vision – and our best yet, we’re sure of it.

 

*Breaks not included. Belfast event is 2.75 CPD hours (also excluding breaks).

Can your data security stand the heat?

The current hotter weather gives us all the perfect excuse to chill out, relax with friends and family. However, there’s one thing that you can’t be relaxed about during the summer – or at any time: data security. If you let that slip, you put both your and your clients’ information at risk.

Be sensible

First on your checklist should be backing up your data, because if something goes wrong and you don’t have a copy, you risk losing it all. Backing up your computer regularly will ensure you always have contingency, should the unthinkable happen. There is a variety of ways to do this. Perhaps purchase a separate hard drive that you keep on another premises or back up to a cloud – whatever you do, make sure that you do something.

You should also ensure that you update any computer programmes you use regularly. Whenever prompted, make sure you agree to the latest update so that your computer and other devices are protected with the most recent anti-virus software.

Be vigilant

It’s also a must to regularly update your passwords and ensure that you use a combination of symbols, letters and numbers (we know it’s tedious, but it does help) to ensure that they are not easy to crack. The best passwords are in fact completely random, but a variety of useful password manager applications can help you manage them.

Also make sure that all your devices are stored safely. Whether in office premises or in your own home, make sure laptops and computers are not easy to spot from outside prying eyes – and also being vigilant if transporting your laptop from A to B. Being careful in the first instance will help to ensure their safety – and will also mean that you don’t have to fork out costly amounts or claim on your insurance for replacement devices.

Protect the information, not just the device

Recent history shows that even the strongest passwords can be hacked – and an awful lot of information stored on our gadgets and computers could be worth a lot to someone with dishonest intentions. So phone numbers, sensitive files, important emails and messages are best encrypted, whichever device you are using. Here are a few examples of the best encryption software you can use for laptops – and apps for mobile phones.

It’s also sensible to investigate being able to ‘wipe’ (delete) your data remotely if ever your device is lost or stolen.

Our end of the bargain

Security of data and security of systems work hand in hand. Whilst you need to do your bit, we also do ours. So we work with well-known specialist providers offering Managed Cloud Services to ensure that we have the latest security practices in place. There are regular security updates made to all our systems, ensuring they are safe from potential cyber threats. Plus all the data stored in our systems is backed up to ensure that we have a secure copy for whenever you may need it. Firewalls are in place too, preventing hackers from gaining access to any data, and with our specialist security partners, we also regularly test our systems to spot any potential vulnerabilities.

Together we’ll remain protected

As long as we work together, we can ensure that both your data and various devices remain safe and secure. So back up your data, keep your systems up-to-date and take good care of them and we’ll continue to manage things our end. Then you can relax this summer, and in fact, all year round, safe in the knowledge that your data and devices are secure.

Find a handy cyber-security leaflet on our website, and contact the support team if you have further queries on 0208 665 3200.

Meet the team: Chris Brown

An integral member of the Mortgage Brain family, Chris has been part of our sales team for a good few years now. He spends his time meeting advisers, mortgage clubs and networks and is an avid Twitter user – you can follow him @chrisbrownmbl. We quizzed him on all things Mortgage Brain – as well as some added extras…

How long have you been working at Mortgage Brain?
Six whole years!

What does a typical day look like for you?
Every day is different and ranges from travelling the length of the country for meetings with brokers and networks to carrying out webinars. It’s a complete mixed bag.

What’s your favourite part of your job?
The sheer variety of the role makes every day enjoyable!

What is your best Mortgage Brain memory?
There have been many memories, however, the signing up of a large network to use our software having beaten off the new entrants into the market has to be the highlight.

Why Mortgage Brain – what drew you to the company?
Technology will continue to lead the way for advisers and as Mortgage Brain has the pedigree and track record – why not join the best?

Tea or coffee?
I do enjoy my coffee, however, a nice cup of Earl Grey always goes down well.

You’re stranded on a desert island. Which co-worker would you like to have with you, and why?
Dionne Pullen as she always brings food to our meetings and no doubt would be prepared!

What’s your best party trick?
My wife would say my dancing – always good for a laugh.

Do you have any bad habits – especially ones that annoy the rest of the office?!
As I am rarely in the office, I am not there enough to annoy people!

What’s your best quality, and how does it help you at work?
Being Northern, it has to be my down to earth approach to life!

Get your red trainers on!

We’re just over half way through another month, and it’s been a busy one for us all. Our fantastic sales team have been up and down the country throughout March presenting the Key Client Portal across the UK at events and conferences.

Integrating with both Mortgage Brain Classic and Mortgage Brain Anywhere, the Key is the industry’s leading back-office system, and its Client Portal now has a Fact Find functionality, which has made it even more sought-after!

For those of you who’ve not been lucky enough to bump into one of our team to find out what the Key offers, we’ve popped it all into a blog for you to explore for yourself.

The benefits: they’re for both you and your customer

The modern customer experience is a highlight of the Key’s Client Portal. Not only does the Portal provide your customer with a modern and efficient experience in their dealings with you, but it means that you can offer this as one of the main benefits for them to choose you as their broker.

The ease at which you can keep your clients up to date with the process of their application is another main highlight, with the Client Portal offering 24-hour access to both you and your customers via desktop, laptop, smartphone and tablet.

Safe and secure

Security is a top priority for us, and we ensure that it can be for you as well. The Client Portal enables you to request, send, collate and receive information securely from and to your clients. It acts as a completely secure method of communication and data storage, so you can both ensure anything you share within the Client Portal is kept safe.

Client-focused Fact Find

Of the Key’s capabilities, it’s the digital Fact Find functionality that has received the most interest since its launch – and why it will be the main focus of this blog – so you can enhance your digital customer journey even further.

The Fact Find functionality is designed to enable clients to provide their information as and when it is convenient for them. This information is then automatically attached to their record within the Key. It means that you can collect hard facts before any initial meetings. This saves you time potentially taking up to 30 minutes of the mortgage process and means that potentially your client meeting can focus on advice, rather than spending much of it gathering this information.

You also have the ability to lock or unlock your clients’ access to the Fact Find so that you can control when they can update and access the data.

While the above aren’t the extent of the Key’s highlights, they’re the most notable ones that our customers have found most useful when using the Key and its Client Portal. You can discover plenty more on our dedicated section on our website, where you can also begin your 30-day free trial.

You can find out more about the Key Client Portal, and its online Fact Find, at events up and down the country. Our events page will keep you up to date with where you can find us, and we also share where we are on Twitter @Mortgage_Brain and LinkedIn.

Meet the team: Craig Kerrigan

As you’re reading our blog, you probably know plenty about our company, systems and what we offer. But how much do you know about the people behind Mortgage Brain? Our new series will allow you to meet our team – the people who bring our company to life and are the face of our Mortgage Brain.

You’ve met Lee Richardson, now we’d like to introduce you to Craig Kerrigan, one of our national account managers, who is a Mortgage Brain newbie, and an integral part of our team.

How long have you been working at Mortgage Brain?
Coming up to five months now, I’ve been here since early September 2017.

What does a typical day look like for you?
I guess that the old adage “there’s no such thing as a typical day” is relevant. 
Some days I’ll be out with our existing clients at their premises (wherever around the UK that may be) for account meetings, reviewing where we are currently and also where we’re going together in the future to support their business. Other days, I might be in one of our offices (Bromsgrove or Croydon) for meetings with our sales and/or support teams. I’m home-based officially, so there will also be maybe a couple of days per week for prospecting for new clients and required administration.

 What’s your favourite part of your job?
The client contact, as mentioned above, ensuring that Mortgage Brain and our customers are working 
in partnership to support their businesses and deliver a great service to them and their end customers.

What is your best Mortgage Brain memory?
Our adventures around the UK – from Newcastle to Belfast, to London to Worcester, to Newport – between September and November 2017. We delivered ten Mortgage Vision events to over 1,000 Advisers – 98.9% of whom would recommend them to a colleague and 95% rated the events as either excellent or very good.

It was fantastic to see so many Advisers attend to hear about the marketplace from the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI), and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from ourselves. Feedback was that Advisers and firms still required support with this, and that’s what we’re doing currently. Hard work to put on but fun and rewarding.

Why Mortgage Brain – what drew you to the company?
Upon talking to various people in and around both the industry and the company, their approach to 
 managing both their people and their customers as valuable individuals.

Tea or coffee?
I’m one of those strange and rare Brits that doesn’t drink either! Soup or hot lemon when it’s cold, but, 
generally, juice or water-based drinks (I’d include beer in that!)

You’re stranded on a desert island. Which co-worker would you like to have with you, and why?
Lee Richardson for his dancing skills – anything else I say is liable to be libellous!

What’s your best party trick?
Making myself disappear at midnight!

Do you have any bad habits – especially ones that annoy the rest of the office?!
I love an all-day breakfast sandwich – which I’ve been banned from eating at my desk!

What’s your best quality, and how does it help you at work?
Trying to put myself in the customer’s shoes, ensuring that we try and meet their needs and give them a great service whilst also ensuring that we still remember that we are in business.

A helping hand from ConveyancingBrain

Going the extra mile is in our nature. Whether it’s offering help with the various facets of our systems or providing training, our team are always on hand to ensure you can make the most of what we can offer.

ConveyancingBrain, our comparison conveyancing quotation and case tracking system, is no different. We have a dedicated team on board, always ready to provide support – on a completely one to one level.

Personal touch

Once you register with ConveyancingBrain, you’ll receive a call and we’ll answer any questions you may have. You can also access the most frequently asked questions in our help and support section on our website at any time.

Our on-going support then continues throughout your ConveyancingBrain journey. We understand that, for many of you, this may well be your first time offering a conveyancing service to your customer, so understandably there will be questions and nervousness from time to time. Hence why we always on hand whenever you may need it.

We also like to thank every new Adviser using ConveyancingBrain with a box of chocolates or bottle of wine when their first quote becomes the first instruction. Just our way of saying thank you to you for choosing and putting your trust in ConveyancingBrain. We don’t think that you will be disappointed.

Learning more

For the visual learners out there, we also offer a 1-2-1 system demonstration. This has helped plenty of advisers discover the best ways to recommend conveyancing to their clients, and how to use our system to its potential.

Our website also has links to a number of flyers; to help you sell conveyancing to your clients, brush up on your understanding of any terminology, or if you wish to understand the ins and outs of how the case tracking system works, we’ve got it covered.

Keeping in touch

Even if you’re well on your way with your ConveyancingBrain journey, we still like to check in once a month to see how you’re getting on. We make proactive calls to ensure that if you have any concerns or queries, we can put your mind at ease and guide you through.

You’ll also be added to our mailing list, so you’ll be the first to know about any updates to the system and any new features we’ve added in.

Making progress

The smooth progression of cases is in everyone’s best interests, and our case notes tracking system is the perfect way to ensure that everyone knows what is going on. Our case tracking guide runs through exactly where to find and use the case notes in the system, with screenshots to ensure that you’re looking in the right place.

Case tracking enables you and also us to stay up to date with the progress of all your cases, provides you with an audit trail, and provides a three-way communication between you, the solicitor and our team, so that each case moves as smoothly as possible towards completion.

Want to learn more about our service? We’re always more than happy to answer any of your ConveyancingBrain questions – whether you’re already signed up or you’re looking to join us. You can give us a call on our mobile-friendly number 0371 200 0655, or get in touch via social media on both Twitter and LinkedIn.

2017: A year in review

Enhanced systems, superior industry-leading functionality, our biggest roadshow of Mortgage Vision events yet, plus our milestone 30th birthday party raising money for charity….. How do we begin to review just how great 2017 has been for you and us?

Let’s start with our systems.

You, our valued customer, are at the very epicentre of what we do. That’s why our focus throughout this year – and every year – has been on the enhancements we could make to our products, in order to ensure you are able to make the most of what’s on offer to you, and ensure the mortgage sourcing process is as streamlined and simple as possible.

We began in February with the Key as we launched our secure Client Portal, enabling you and your clients to communicate with each other within the Portal 24/7. It was a move that brought you and your customers closer than ever before, and has allowed increased levels of communications within a highly secure environment.

Our other big announcement this year was our integrated second charge sourcing, which is now available in both MortgageBrain Classic and MortgageBrain Anywhere. The system enhancements broke new ground in our industry, offering the ability to compare as many appropriate first and second charge product side-by-side as you wish.

Provided at no additional cost, the new functionality has since enabled our customers to use both MortgageBrain Classic and, more recently, MortgageBrain Anywhere, unlike any other sourcing systems available on the market.

We also celebrated turning the big 30…

Over 300 of our closest partners joined us in April to celebrate the 30th birthday of Mortgage Brain. Not only did the evening allow us to celebrate the last thirty years in business, but it also meant we were able to raise an incredible £100,000 for our chosen charities: Birmingham Christmas Shelter, Contact the Elderly, Young Dementia, MDS UK Patient Support Group, the Alzheimer’s Society, Shooting Star Children’s Hospice, Compassion International and Haiti Orphanage Project Espwa.

30th birthday

On a fantastic evening of celebration, our CEO, Mark Lofthouse, said: “Reaching our 30th birthday is a significant achievement, and as well as giving us the opportunity to celebrate, it was a perfect opportunity to say thank you to our business partners, friends, colleagues and associates.

“It was also the perfect opportunity to help raise much-needed funds for several great causes and I would like to thank everyone who has helped us raise over £100,000 for charity, which will make a huge difference to the people they help.”

And our Mortgage Vision events were our biggest yet.

We set a new attendance record at our Mortgage Vision roadshow this year, with a 22 per-cent increase an adviser attendance – a new record in our eight-year history of running the annual events.

Almost 1,100 advisers joined us at the free-to-attend events across the UK, learning about the impact of GDPR, the creation of a digital customer experience, and plenty more. The events also include round table sessions from leading industry organisations – a real pivotal part of what makes our events so vital for you to attend.

We didn’t stop there.

This year, we’ve also added to our team to support the company’s growth and product development, reached over 12,000 conveyancing quotes with ConveyancingBrain, seen the 2 million transaction mark reached by Mortgage Trading Exchange (MTE), and announced news about numerous lenders partnering with us.

What does 2018 hold?

For the industry as a whole, GDPR will be at the very top of the agenda, as we all work towards ensuring compliance with the new rules and regulations.

Our Mortgage Vision survey found that the majority of UK advisers are at risk of non-compliance with GDPR, with 81 per-cent of survey respondents still having no implementation of rules or regulations as of November. Our main aim going into 2018 will be educating advisers as much as possible on the importance of GDPR compliance, and ensuring everyone is as prepared as can be as soon as it comes into effect.

The digital advice journey will also take centre stage in the new year and become increasingly important, and we will also be stepping in to ensure you have all the tools you need at your disposal to maximise business opportunities and stay ahead of the game.

We’re also looking forward to even more product enhancements next year, with product investment being at the heart of what we have undertaken in 2017, and a continuing focus for us going forward.

Our biggest and best year yet? That’s up for debate, but we are certainly proud of 2017’s achievements, and we can’t wait to break more new ground and help you be an even more successful adviser next year!

Four reasons to attend industry events

You turn your computer on. You log onto social media and see the latest conference hashtag, or see an email drop into your inbox about the next industry event. Tempted to go? You should be.

Industry events offer incredible benefits, such as increasing your knowledge to service your customers better, understanding forthcoming regulatory changes and requirements, developing networking skills and meeting up with industry representatives from different services.  We’ve rounded up our top reasons as to why you should attend events below:

  1. Knowledge gains

In our latest social media poll, 67% of you said that the part you value most about events is expanding your knowledge. From key speakers to the latest industry news, events are vital for increasing your understanding outside of what you learn during working hours.

Our Mortgage Vision events this year cover topics such as creating a digital journey for your customers, the Senior Managers and Certification Regime, Buy to Let activity 12 months on, the Competition Review, GDPR – new data protection legislation, the return of the First Time Buyer and much more.

You can only learn so much from reading books and published articles – you can learn far more from actually going out and meeting Lenders and product providers first-hand. There are always opportunities to ask questions, discuss relevant topics including the current and future of your industry with other delegates too.

  1. Plenty of opportunities to network

Events offer a fantastic way for you to meet your peers, discuss the latest industry news with likeminded individuals and compare how you are finding ‘business’.

Comparing notes about forthcoming legislation, discussing the latest technology advancements and going over changes to mortgage products with those who are working in the same market as you, can often be very enlightening.

Not only that, but networking can help evolve your interpersonal skills. If you’re new to the networking scene, events can provide a great way of getting used to introducing yourself to others and gain confidence in potentially seeking out people to talk to.

  1. Everything you need, all in one place

It can often take time to locate all the resources you need to see the latest news, understand the next lot of legislation changes and discover new and existing technology advancements that can help you be the best broker possible. Luckily for you, events can provide a place where you learn all this and more – in one place, and often in just one day.

Events allow you to learn the topics that are influencing the market from the key-note speakers, as well as taking part in workshops or individual roundtable sessions that will offer you the change to interact more closely with your peers and ask the important, burning questions from the presenters.

  1. And they may be CPD accredited!

A really key pull for many brokers is that the majority of industry events will enable you to gain all-important CPD hours. Conferences and event may have been accredited to provide structured CPD to those that attend. This means that the events will provide directed ‘study,’ and will have clear and precise learning objectives in place for the delegates.

Mortgage Brokers need to complete a minimum of 35 hours of continuing professional development (CPD) each year, of which 21 hours should be structured. So in our industry, it is important to ensure that you are improving your knowledge and gain continuing professional development hours each year and events are the perfect place to do so.

Need a few more benefits?

  • Many events, like Mortgage Vision, are free to attend!
  • They’re informative and allow you to meet new people
  • You can motivate yourself simply by being in an educational environment
  • You will impress your customers by being up to the minute with the very latest news and views

The real trick to events is to go with clear objectives and plan your day to get the most of your time. Whatever your reason for going, we would love to hear it. Tweet us with the hashtag #MVision17 and let us know your top motive for attending events.

Mortgage Vision 2016

2016’s Mortgage Vision events are drawing ever closer, and this year we are aiming to deliver even bigger and better events to all brokers who attend.

Starting from the 5th October, we’ll be travelling up and down the country, bringing you industry insights, information, and current and future opportunities within the UK mortgage market.

This year, we’ll also have a new Mortgage Vision app, which will enhance the overall adviser experience at all eight of our venues.

What is Mortgage Vision?
For those who are unaware, Mortgage Vision is a series of free-to-attend, annual events, organised and hosted by Mortgage Brain.

The events give attendees the chance to meet industry distributors and decision-makers, with headline speakers and our roundtable sessions ensuring all intermediaries who attend the events gain knowledge, which will help them improve their service and potentially bring in revenue for their business.

Of the events, Mortgage Brain’s CEO, Mark Lofthouse, said:

“With over 800 advisers attending in 2015, the Mortgage Vision events have gone from strength to strength and are considered to be one of the best and most informative mortgage events of the year. “The market is constantly changing, and we believe the Mortgage Vision events offer advisers the best platform to keep abreast of new challenges, make the most of

“The market is constantly changing, and we believe the Mortgage Vision events offer advisers the best platform to keep abreast of new challenges, make the most of new opportunities and learn from senior figures in the industry.”

Where can you find us?
There are eight Mortgage Vision events, which will take us all over the country.

We will begin on 5th October at Winchester’s Norton Park, before going to Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium in London (11th October), Aston Villa Football Club in Birmingham (13th October), and then Lancashire Cricket Club in Manchester (18th October).

In November, we’ll be travelling to Twickenham Stadium in London (2nd November), Newport’s Celtic Manor Resort (9th November), Oulton Hall in Leeds (15th November), before heading up to Newcastle’s Gateshead Marriott for our final event on the 16th November.

Who are the headline speakers?
We have some fantastic platform speakers who will be 2016’s Mortgage Vision events: The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI), Nationwide and The Mortgage Works, as well as our CEO Mark Lofthouse speaking on behalf of Mortgage Brain.

Robert Sinclair from AMI’s presentation entitled ‘Sharing our Worry Beads’ will be focusing on their latest discussions with the Regulator, the FCA, commenting on the forthcoming Mortgage Market Competition Review and Financial Advice Market Review plus explaining in more detail the FCA fees.

Nationwide/The Mortgage Works’ Adrian Scoates’ presentation ‘The Market, The Landlord, and The Taxman’ will be presenting about the current state of the Housing Market, Economy and BTL market and the implications of the changing tax regime.

And finally, our Mark Lofthouse will be speaking about ‘The Future of Technology? What about now?’ explain what does Robo and Digital Advice actually mean and what and how does it impact you and your relationship with current and potential clients?

Who will be presenting the roundtable sessions?
There will be ten exclusive roundtable sessions throughout the day. Whilst you remain seated presenters will take it in turns to arrive at your table and deliver their fifteen-minute session, before they move onto the next.

We have a whole host of excellent presenters this year for our roundtable sessions. They include: Aldermore, Clydesdale Bank, ConveyancingBrain, Fluent for Advisers, iPipeline, Mortgage Brain, Nationwide, Royal London, Santander, Skipton Intermediaries and The Mortgage Works.

You will get to see five roundtable speakers before we break for refreshments, with the other five afterwards.

What does the Mortgage Vision App offer?
Our app is a new addition to Mortgage Vision events, and it will be available to everyone who registers for our half-day events.

The app will provide information and biographies on all event speakers and their presentations, as well as locations, parking details, and the all important event agenda so you know exactly what is going on and when.

What else can I expect from the events?
Attending a Mortgage Vision event will allow you to claim 3.5 CPD hours towards the CII member CPD scheme. This will be emailed to you after you have attended the event.

There will also be plenty of opportunities throughout the morning to network with other brokers, as well as a free lunch at the end of the day.

Each of the eight events begins with registration from 8.45am, with Platform Presentations starting promptly at 9:30am and we aim to finish between 1.45pm and 2pm followed by a free lunch.

We are aiming to make 2016’s events even bigger and better than the previous years, so make sure you join us to understand the further changes that are on the Horizon and how they will Impact you.

For more information, and to reserve your place at a Mortgage Vision event in your city, visit our website today.

Events in November: “Not just about Mortgage Brain…”

Mortgage Vision’s not just about Mortgage_Brain, it’s about YOU, the market you operate in and the support available, click here to read more or book your place.

Hear AMI presenting on:                             Nationwide and TMW presenting on:

The Consumer Credit Muddle                        MMR – a Lender’s perspective

The European Directive                                 The New Build & Help to Buy Equity Share

You can still come along to our FREE advisor events in November, hear the industry leaders’ views on MMR, the European Directive and get a 360 perspective on the market, consumers, technology and more. We also serve a free lunch!

DATES

13th November        20th November        26th November

Newport                   Twickenham               Leeds

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