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Digital advice and GDPR take priority at Mortgage Vision 2017

Information on the impact of general data protection (GDPR) and how advisers can create their own digital customer experience are just two of the topics taking centre stage at this year’s Mortgage Vision events.

Organised and hosted by Mortgage Brain, the 2017 Mortgage Vision events will offer a fresh insight into the UK housing market as well as provide inspiration for improving business performance and revenue.

The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI), Nationwide and The Mortgage Works will also be in attendance, sitting alongside Mortgage Brain as headline speakers.

Attendees will benefit from presentations looking at the economy and an overview of current and future opportunities for the average broker. Discussions around the importance of cyber security and the impact of GDPR will also take place.

Commenting on the upcoming event, CEO of Mortgage Brain, Mark Lofthouse, said that the company is using this year’s events as a platform to “look closely at how single or multi-adviser firms can create their own digital customer journey” by using technology already available to them.

He added: “The current appetite for digital advice solutions couple with further changes to regulation and compliance to the horizon, the Mortgage Vision events offer advisers a perfect opportunity to keep abreast and find support and solutions to current and future challenges and learn from senior figures in the industry.”

The series of events will feature an impressive line-up of event partners and sponsors, as well as two new locations – including a visit to Northern Ireland. The events started in September and will be running throughout October and November.

The 10 nationwide events will also feature exclusive round table discussions from leading industry organisations including, Coventry for Intermediaries, ConveyancingBrain, Fluent Money for Advisers, OneSavings Bank, Mortgage Brain, Nationwide and The Mortgage Works, Royal London, Santander for Intermediaries and Skipton Intermediaries.

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