FSE Manchester seminar programme announced

Mortgage Introducer

May 4, 2017

FSE Manchester will include speeches from Robert Sinclair, Liz Syms and Louisa Sedgwick amongst others.

The event, which takes place at The Emirates Old Trafford on 17 May, has over 60 exhibitors including lenders, distributors, networks, insurance providers and technology companies.

James Prosser, managing director of Front Events, organisers of FSE Manchester, said: “In less than two weeks we’ll be bringing the entire financial services community together for FSE Manchester and we are pleased to announce a full seminar programme covering a number of hot topics.

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“Given that the exhibition takes place in the middle of the General Election campaign, many will be wondering how the result might shape the future for our industry particularly in a ‘Brexit world’.

“Robert Sinclair of AMI will be providing his view on where our market and the broader economy sits, and looking at what the regulator might do next given the political upheaval that is on its way.

“On top of this, we have a range of industry big-hitters providing their thoughts on the current state of the mortgage market, plus we are covering a number of sectors which are constantly hitting the headlines.”

The event will have a mortgage panel debate with Louisa Sedgwick of Vida Homeloans, Adrian Moloney of One Savings Bank, Rob Jupp of Brightstar Financial and Gary Bailey of Together.

Adam Carnall of Age Partnership and Dean Mirfin of Key Retirement will tackle the growth area of both later life lending and equity release, outlining how advisers can work to help clients in these sectors.

Liz Syms of Connect for Intermediaries and David Whittaker of Mortgages for Business will look at the challenges facing the private rental sector and buy-to-let.

And Robert Snclair of AMI will provide a view on the current and future landscape for the UK economy, while he will review the direction of travel for the Financial Conduct Authority post-General Election.

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