Michael Lloyd

September 9, 2019

Front Events, organisers of Financial Services Expo (FSE) London, has announced the programme for its London event.

FSE London will take place at Old Billingsgate in the City of London on Wednesday 11th September.

One of the key sessions will be the ‘The Big Lender Debate’, chaired by AMI’s Robert Sinclair in which five representatives from lenders, adviser and technology participants, will discuss the latest developments in the mortgage market and the issues and opportunities for lenders and advisers.

James Prosser, managing director of Front Events, organisers of FSE London, said: “FSE London is being held at what is traditionally a very important and busy time for the mortgage market, moving into the last third of the year with many stakeholders ramping up activity and seeking out quality sources of business in order to hit those all-important year-end targets.

“The event as always has a wealth of information and support available under one roof, from our main seminar programme, through to the return of both our later life and specialist lending academies.

“Adding this to the depth and breadth of exhibitors we have, it promises to deliver real value for all those who attend, and help develop advisers’ business offerings and propositions as they look to secure greater levels of activity, access to a wider range of products and services, and the potential support of new distributors and partners.

“Despite the current political uncertainty, ours is a market which is strong and stable with lenders showing an overwhelming appetite to lend, and advisers in a particularly good position in terms of client demand for advice.

“We would urge all those advisers who are looking for key insight and information into the current state of the market and the opportunities it presents, to visit FSE London on the 11th September. You will not be disappointed.”

There will also be a later life seminar in which chairman of the Equity Release Council, David Burrowes, will explore the challenges, the progress that is being made and outline how advisers can best position themselves in this space.

All sessions are CII-accredited and delegates can earn CPD hours.

This year also sees the return of the Later Life and Specialist Lending Academies.

The Specialist Lending Academy, sponsored by OneSavings Bank, will cover a variety of product sectors including complex income and buy-to-let.

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