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.