Mortgage Business Expo (MBE) will feature a new panel debate by representatives from UK building societies at the London Expo on 16 October 2019, Barbican.
The panel is expected to cover various topics, like the significant role building societies play in the mortgage market, technology and service, and the ways in which building societies are growing their intermediary mortgage lending through product development. Mortgage introducers will be able to put questions to the panel about trends in the mortgage market and gain valuable insights into industry trends.
Previous topics up for debate have been Help to Buy, buy to let, later life lending and first time buyers, along with how building societies are developing new products and criteria to meet demand as markets change.
Those involved in the debate are Daniel Berrisford of Leek United, Steven Bond of Principality, Graham Carter of the Beverley and Steve Matthews of the Bath Building Society.
The main seminars and panels at MBE London are CPD accredited and supported by Independent Financial Advisers.
Mike Mikunda from MBE commented on the feature: “Building societies continue to be a major force in the UK mortgage, buy to let and lending into retirement markets. They have many key topics to discuss and the panel debate will provide valuable insights for mortgage intermediaries and shine a spotlight on the current trends in the market.
“I’m confident this panel discussion will appeal to mortgage brokers, finance introducers and IFAs and is a great way to put their questions to industry experts.”