House prices rose by 4.1% in the year to March, down from 6.2% in February.
L&G said the Bank of Mum and Dad will lend £6.5bn in 2017, up from £5bn in 2016, putting it on par with the ninth largest mortgage lender in the UK.
Legal & General Mortgage Club’s Spring Roadshows will feature speakers such as Robert Sinclair of AMI.
Homemover and homebuyer activity were more subdued, falling by 54% and 28% from the month before and by 1% and 7% year-on-year.
He reckoned doing so would free up housing supply by ensuring larger homes are available for families to move into.
There are now six on the panel, with the firms joining Aviva, L&G, LV= and Vitality.
While Housing Minister Gavin Barwell confirmed that downsizing will form part of the housing white paper so far details of how it will be encouraged are unclear.
Legal & General thinks a certificate of quality is the answer.
Ellis led L&G’s acquisition of Newlife in 2014 which saw the group enter the lifetime mortgage market.
Agius will move from being head of the L&G UK’s strategic pension risk transfer team.