HL Partnership (HLP) and Mortgage Support Network (MSN) have announced that they will host a series of eight regional conferences in March.
Open to members and advisers that are eager to learn the benefits of being part of a technology-focussed network, the events will concentrate on business development opportunities in a period of increasing change.
Attendees can expect presentations on the state of the market, the vital role of technology in facing today’s challenges and the importance of protection and general insurance (GI) business in the current market.
The events are being supported by over 25 lenders and other product and service providers.
What’s more, event-goers will hear from HLP/MSN on the latest developments in Mortgage Apply, the service which aims to create the seamless transfer of mortgage application data and documents from intermediary to lender systems.
Presentations from insurers will be punctuated by round table sessions with lenders – either side of a buffet lunch – during which there will be opportunities to meet the director team from HLP/MSN to discuss how their networks are providing the ideal conditions to grow mortgage and protection businesses.
Neil Hoare, development director, commented: “These are our flagship events and have proved to be increasingly popular year on year.”
“We live in interesting times and at HLP/MSN, we want to demonstrate not only to our own members, but also to all mortgage and protection advisers, that business opportunities are there to be grasped with the right support and the kind of tools and services provided by forward-thinking networks.”
The conferences will run throughout March at the following venues:
12th March 2019 – Wetherby Racecourse, Wetherby
13th March 2019 – AJ Bell Stadium, Manchester
14th March 2019 – Jurys Inn Hinckley Island Hotel, Leicester
15th March 2019 – Leigh Court, Bristol
19th March 2019 – Hilton (Timbold Drive), Milton Keynes
20th March 2019 – Felbridge Hotel (Crowne Plaza), Gatwick
22th March 2019 – Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor, Edinburgh