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Get ready for mortgage change

Mortgage intermediaries in the North will have the chance to discuss the impact of forthcoming regulatory change at Mortgage Strategy Live in Manchester next month.

The event is sponsored by Sesame and takes place on September 28 at the G-Mex Centre as part of Money Marketing Live.

With the advent of regulation just around the corner, visitors will be able to put their questions to the leading mortgage experts about the future of the industry.

In a special panel debate, Chris Cummings, director of the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries, will discuss the options available for intermediaries to remain fully qualified in the new regulatory climate.

The panellists, including Rob Clifford, managing director of Mortgage Force, John Malone, head of mortgages at Premier Mortgage Service, John Malone, head of mortgages at Premier Mortgage Service and Richard Fox, compliance director at the Mortgage Code Compliance Board will identify which exams intermediaries will need to pass under the new regime.

Other themes to be discussed at the event will be the evolution of flexible mortgages. As consumers&#39 lives are increasingly complex and working patterns are erratic, Andy Wharam, group marketing manager, intermediary mortgage marketing at Abbey for Intermediaries, will discuss the key drivers of change and what lenders and intermediaries are doing to ensure customers can achieve their aims.

A further perspective on flexible mortgages will be given by the One&#39s Account&#39s national accounts manager David Buxton, who will iden-tify the economic conditions that led to the birth of flexible mortgages in the UK and what the market can expect over the next decade.

The Mortgage Strategy Live arena will provide intermediaries with access to the very latest developments and mortgage products, providing practitioners with critical insight on how to ensure the future prosperity of their business. Keith Street, sales director at Kensington Mortgages says: “For intermediary lenders, it is vital that we ensure our communication channels with intermediaries are effective, the Money Marketing Live event enables us to build on existing relationships and make new ones in an informative yet relaxed atmosphere.”

To find out more about Mortgage Strategy Live at Money Marketing Live and how you could win the First Active MG TF160 sports car by registering please visit www. moneymarketinglive.co.uk or phone 0870 246 7762.

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