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Paradigm autumn roundtables set for London start

Ryan Fowler

August 1, 2014

The Paradigm roundtables are designed for advisers to hear about the latest market developments as well as providing a chance to interact with a number of top lenders and providers.

Representatives from the a number of companies will be on hand to provide information and support to advisers including: Legal & General, The Mortgage Works/Nationwide Building Society, NatWest Intermediary Solution, PruProtect, Royal London, and Santander for Intermediaries.

John Coffield, head of Paradigm Mortgage Services will be providing a mortgage and protection market overview and delegates will also be the first to hear about Paradigm’s new and exclusive market-leading software proposition.

This will only be available to Paradigm’s directly authorised member firms and has been designed to save advisers time and money whilst also helping them through the affordability maze.

Coffield said: “After the summer holidays we will be back on the road with our mortgage and protection round table events, the first of which is taking place in Central London in September.

“Quarter three and four of any year are vitally important for advisers, lenders and providers which is why we fully expect a strong turn-out of delegates to match the heavyweight panel of companies we have lined up to appear.

“For those that have attended previous roundtable events this year, this will be full of new content including an up to date market overview as well as the opportunity to hear for the first time about our brand new software proposition.

“There will also be a lender presentation from Nationwide/TMW, roundtable sessions with our provider/lender representatives, a protection update from L&G, and finally a discussion on all issues pertaining to consumer credit.”

The event, which takes place on 9 September is open to all directly authorised mortgage, protection and financial advisers with structured and unstructured CPD points provided for the event which will count towards advisers’ 35 hour requirement.


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