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Ryan Fowler

July 5, 2016

Following recent political and economic events, the UK is financially in a state of uncertainty, and there has never been a more important time for intermediaries to stay at the forefront of industry news and developments. To reflect the changing landscape of the lending market and the ever-evolving role of the broker, we have adapted the name of our Linked In group from Mortgage Introducer Forum to UK Intermediaries Forum.

 The UK Intermediaries Forum is now a one-stop-shop for finance specialists, with the latest news and updates from our family of trade publications including Mortgage Introducer, Bridging Introducer, Loan Introducer and our latest addition, Specialist Finance Introducer. The ambition is to create a central hub, where intermediaries from across the UK can openly discuss developments, news, issues, and the future of the industry. Join the group here: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/3808608

Robyn Hall, publishing editor of Mortgage Introducer, said: “We are delighted to announce the launch of our new Linked In group. We are now entering an interesting and formative period for the UK in both a economic and political sense and we want to encourage open dialogue with our readers about on what is impacting our market.

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“Our team will be adding news and views to the group and are keen to hear your feedback. We look forward to seeing you in the new UK Intermediaries Forum.”

The best comments and discussion points from the forum will be featured on the Mortgage Introducer site and in the print magazine. This is your opportunity to position yourself and your business as industry thought leaders. Stay up to date with our take on the latest trade and national stories, understand the implications for your business and discuss future developments and best practice with your peers.

We look forward to welcoming you to the group!


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