Mortgage Vision returns with in-person events

Jessica Bird

August 11, 2021

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Now in its 13th year, the Mortgage Vision event, run by mortgage technology business Mortgage Brain, will be held in 10 locations across the UK later this year.

Mortgage Vision will return with a face-to-face format in September and October 2021, featuring sessions on topics impacting the industry today.

The half-day events are open to all mortgage advisers, and subjects to be covered include: later life lending; holiday lets; understanding specialist mortgages; how technology and human touch will make things easier and provide better outcomes for clients; and how integrated sourcing technology can boost an adviser’s business and advice process.

The sessions will be delivered by speakers including Adrian Moloney, group sales director at OneSavings Bank, Emily Machin, head of specialist finance at Precise Mortgages and Interbay Commercial, Jane Benjamin, head of intermediary acquisition at Mortgage Brain, Neil Wyatt, sales and marketing director at Mortgage Brain, Robert Sinclair, chief executive at AMI, and Sharon Marshall, sales director intermediaries and Mortgage Brain.

Round-table sessions will also be held by organisations from across the mortgage industry.

Mortgage Vision is free to attend, with delegates able to claim up to 3.5 CPD hours towards the CII / Personal Finance Society member CPD scheme.

Neil Wyatt, sales and marketing director at Mortgage Brain, said: “It’s terrific to return to face-to-face events for the 13th year of Mortgage Vision.

“These sessions offer an unparalleled level of insight into some of the most important issues facing intermediaries today, delivered by a fantastic line-up of industry experts.

“We know from the feedback of previous delegates how much they value these sessions, and how lessons picked up from the talks and roundtables have led to practical improvements in the day-to-day business of individual intermediaries.”

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