Front Events, organisers of Financial Services Expo (FSE) Wales, confirmed the full seminar programme for next week’s event at Celtic Manor.
FSE Wales, formerly FSE Cardiff, will be held for the first time at a its venue – Celtic Manor Resort, near Newport, South Wales on Wednesday 28 June.
The seminar programme which has been put together by the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI), and media partner, Financial Reporter, will begin at 10.15 am. The sessions on the day are:
• Mortgage panel debate –Adrian Moloney (One Savings Bank) John Coffield (Paradigm Mortgage Services), Adrian Scoutes (Nationwide) and Ian Carswell (BM Solutions) will debate all the major mortgage market issues.
• Future of later life lending – Adam Carnall of Age Partnership and Dean Mirfin of Key Retirement tackle the growth area of both later life lending and equity release, outlining how advisers can work to help clients in these sectors.
• The changing face of buy-to-let – Liz Syms of Connect for Intermediaries and David Whittaker of Mortgages for Business look at how the buy-to-let market is evolving and what advisers might expect during the rest of 2017, with a particular focus on the PRA underwriting changes for lenders covering portfolio landlords.
• Welfare to self-care…social care to family care – Johnny Timpson of Scottish Widows will review the reforms to working age welfare with a focus on the changing shape of State mortgage support, as well as covering family protection needs and the IHT implication of gifting money to help others get on the housing ladder.
Exhibitors include One Savings Bank, Nationwide for Intermediaries/The Mortgage Works, Accord Mortgages, BM Solutions, Castle Trust, Halifax, Keystone, Masthaven, NatWest, and Coventry for Intermediaries.