Legal & General Mortgage Club confirms second Virtual Summer Conference

Mortgage Introducer

June 30, 2021

Legal & General Mortgage Club has confirmed the return of its Virtual Summer Conference, which will take place on Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 July 2021.

The conference returns in virtual form for the second time and is free to attend, with registration available on L&G Mortgage Club Virtual Summer Conference 2021 – Legal & General – Mortgage Club

The opening day of the conference features a range of interactive panels and keynotes from the Legal & General Mortgage Club team, covering key strategic topics such as changing consumer demands, regulatory compliance, the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the mortgage market and the evolution of mortgage lending.

On the second day, the conference will use a three-track approach to provide attendees with the choice to attend the sessions most relevant to their operations. Key topics include the importance of diversity & inclusion, how to use technology to improve business opportunities and operational efficiency, as well as understanding cybersecurity risks and maintaining regulatory compliance.

Kevin Roberts, director, Legal & General Mortgage Club, said: “The remote working world has undoubtedly made it more difficult to remain connected through these challenging and fast-changing times. Where we would normally meet at events, conferences and workshops, we now need to find new solutions to keep the conversation going.

“That is why our free to attend Virtual Summer Conference returns next month to generate debate and insights into the opportunities and risks that we face as the mortgage market emerges from the peak of the coronavirus crisis.

“Excitingly, we are set to welcome many of the industry’s leading thinkers, who will be offering their views on just how advisers can get ahead over the coming months and beyond. Alongside our practical guidance for key decision makers, we are also taking an important look into areas like diversity and inclusion to explore ways that we can build a better mortgage sector for future generations.”

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