He will succeed Jeremy Duncombe on 14 March.
Residential products are 3-year fixes at 1.74% to 60% loan-to-value and 1.85% to 75% LTV, as well as a 4-year fix at 1.99% to 60% LTV and 7-year fix at 2.24% to 75% LTV.
L&G has launched a press campaign called Mortgage Myths – Value of a Mortgage Broker with the remit of promoting the value of intermediaries in the press.
L&G’s product covers most tenants including professional or working people, students and people in receipt of DSS benefits.
The products are Help to Buy 2-year fixes at 2.65% to 90% loan-to-value with £250 cashback and no completion fee, and a 1.37% product to 75% LTV with a £995 completion fee.
The half day events, which take place across the UK, will provide intermediaries with insight into the different niches of the specialist lending market, including buy-to-let, second charge loans and the later life lending space.
As a whole the UK workforce move around for work 25% less than at the turn of the century, the think tank Resolution Foundation found.
At L&G Bryan was director, intermediary, where he headed up intermediary distribution in the protection and general insurance markets.
The research, which was undertaken in partnership with economics consultancy Cebr, also found that 4% more over-55s are thinking about releasing equity from their homes this year.