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Scottish Amicable runs mortgage roadshows for IFAs

Scottish Amicable Premier Mortgage Service is running a series of IFA roadshows across the UK.

The roadshows will each feature presentations from three lenders on topics including e-commerce, mortgage pricing, procuration fees, seller&#39s packs and the impact of lenders becoming brokers.

They will also offer regulatory update sessions taken by MCCB chief executive Luke March or compliance director Richard Fox.

The roadshows start in Glasgow on 30 May and finish on 14 June in Bristol.

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