Mortgage Brain has launched this year’s series of Mortgage Vision events.
Now in it’s ninth year and having celebrated a 22% increase in attendance in 2017, Mortgage Vision 2018 will feature insightful presentations focusing on future industry issues and opportunities.
Respected industry figures will discuss topical issues such as Brexit, the competition review, lender systemisation and harnessing technology to meet customer expectations.
Taking place from the end of September through to the end of November, the nationwide events are free to attend, open to all mortgage advisers, and will offer attendees 3.5 Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) Continuing Professional Development (CDP) hours.
Mark Lofthouse, chief executive officer of Mortgage Brain, commented: “When we launched Mortgage Vision nine years ago, we had no idea that the events would prove so popular and become a staple diary addition for mortgage advisers.”
“Our objective of delivering relevant and current information from marketing leading providers remains. The increase of 22% attendance at last year’s series of events reflects just how popular they have become as does the demand for the two new locations this year.”
Attendees will hear presentations from leading industry experts such as Nationwide and The Mortgage Works, AMI, The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries and Mortgage Brain.
Each event will also feature exclusive discussions from organisations including Coventry for Intermediaries, Fluent Money for Advisers, Mortgage Brain, Nationwide, NatWest, One Savings Bank, Principality, Progressive Building Society, Royal London, Santander for Intermediaries, Skipton Intermediaries and Together.
Lofthouse continued: “Mortgage Brain’s main area of focus this year will be how customer expectation is fuelling both debate and change in how advisers interact with their clients and what technology changes are in the pipeline.”
With two new locations added to the 2018 schedule, the annual industry roadshow will be visiting a dozen venues throughout the country including Newcastle, Leeds, Southampton, Birmingham, Manchester, Maidstone, Middlesex, London, Newport and Exeter.