The British Specialist Lending Mortgage Senate is the unique must-attend event for business leaders in the Specialist Lending arena. The success of the inaugural event in March 2015 pays testimony to how far the sector has evolved.
The event is a two-day, conference with the objective of helping drive the Specialist Lending agenda. With the engagement of the sector’s most influential lenders and distributors, the event encourages consensus and positive action to help the future health of this market.
The programme will cover the key issues around funding, the advice process, regulation and government policy in the specialist lending sector.
Presentations from the day are as follows:
Adapt and thrive
Keith Aldridge, managing director, Amicus
John Jenkins, CEO, Amicus
David Stiff, director of partnerships and developments, Amicus
Future of Funding
Tony Ward, CEO, Clayton Euro Risk
Ian Thomas, chief investment officer, LendInvest
Matthew Tooth, chief commercial officer, LendInvest
Suite of solutions
Mark Lofthouse, CEO, Mortgage Brain
Buy to Let: A Special Situation
David Whittaker, CEO, Mortgages for Business & Keystone Property Finance
Buy to Let, A Brand New World
Adrian Moloney, sales director, OneSavings Bank
The new adverse borrower: It’s not just the poor who fail credit score
Rob Barnard, sales director, Pepper Homeloans
The changing face of the specialist mortgage market
Colin Snowdon, managing director, Pepper Homeloans
Robert Barnard, director of sales, Pepper Homeloans
Ticking time bomb
Maeve Ward, managing director, residential mortgages, Shawbrook Bank
Claire Rankin, head of networks, Shawbrook Bank
Please note that this event is held under the Chatham House Rule. When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed. To view more on the rule please click here.