TMA Club launches national conference

Michael Lloyd

February 12, 2019

TMA Club will host its first national conference, for advisers and lenders interested in learning more about the directly authorised (DA) space.

It will take place at The International Convention Centre (ICC) in Birmingham on Wednesday 12 June 2019.

Lisa Martin, development director at TMA, said: “As the build up to our National Conference increases, so does our excitement at what promises to be our best event yet.

“This is the largest scale conference we have held to date and the line-up of industry experts reflects this.

“Through the conference, we hope to reach out to as many advisers and lenders in the DA space as possible, providing market insight, support and advice, whilst also offering those who are considering becoming a DA a flavour of what our world involves.

“These types of events are absolutely invaluable in delivering important market updates, preparing advisers for any upcoming challenges and uncovering new opportunities in the market and we look forward to welcoming as many intermediaries as possible through the doors.”

Attendees will hear from key industry spokespeople including: Jon Round, group financial services director at LSL Property Services, Robert Sinclair, chief executive at Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI) and Kevin Purvey, director of intermediaries at Coventry Building Society.

There will also be Esther Dijkstra, director of strategic partners at Lloyds Banking Group, Sarah Green, director of intermediary sales, Virgin Money, and Ian Andrew, managing director of intermediary sales at Nationwide Building Society.

Furthermore there will be Charles Morley, director of mortgage distribution at Metro Bank and Brad Fordham, managing director of Santander for Intermediaries.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to network and knowledge share with like-minded individuals, as well as attend several market-leading platform presentations and panel sessions, focusing on discussion around TMA’s core areas: mortgages, compliance, general insurance and protection.

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