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Meet the speakers and exhibitors at The Buy to Let Market Forum 2017

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  • 15/02/2017
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The buy-to-let market is undergoing fundamental change which threatens to reduce many landlords’ profits and limit their access to future borrowing.

As an adviser is it essential for you to keep up to date with all of the changes and their potential implications for your clients.

What better way than to register your place for The Buy to Let Market Forum and listen to or question what our expert speakers have to say?

Charles McDowell, commercial director, group mortgages, Aldermore, will open the event with an analysis of the current market, followed by a series of workshop sessions presented by a range of expert speakers.

The speakers featured at The Buy to Let Market Forum #BTL17 are:

Phil Rickards, head of BM Solutions and Matt Beacham, regional manager, BM Solutions (all venues)
A matter of tax: the potential impact of changes to the tax regime on your clients and possible lender solutions

David Whittaker, CEO, Mortgages for Business (all venues)
Special purpose vehicles: beware the bandwagon and advise with caution

Chris Duckworth (Bolton), Laleta Buctkuar (Birmingham and Reading) and David Owen (Cardiff), BDMs from Together
The outlook for buy-to-let investors 2017: to exit or not to exit? How will the tax and regulatory changes impact landlord behaviour over the next 12 months? Could we see a rise in commercial borrowing?

Alan Ferguson (Bolton and Reading), Andy Ingham (Birmingham) and Paul Kane (Cardiff), senior corporate account managers at NatWest Intermediary Solutions
All change: with the buy-to-let environment undergoing seismic changes, how are lenders reacting? What are the potential consequences for landlords, and how could and should brokers adapt?

Ian Hall (Bolton), Rob Stanton (Birmingham) and Andrew Rudkin (Cardiff and Reading), regional sales managers, Paragon Mortgages
Adapt and thrive: how buy-to-let lending is changing to meet new PRA underwriting rules and what that will mean for portfolio landlords? How advisers can help clients mitigate their increased tax burden.

Regional account managers, Foundation Home Loans
Why buy to let is such a good thing for intermediaries: there has been a lot of doom and gloom about the buy to let market, but you can’t deny that the market remains great for intermediaries. We will explain why.

You will also be able to put questions directly to Aldermore, Barclays, BM Solutions, Castle Trust, Complete FS (Reading only), Foundation Home Loans, Keystone Property Finance, Leeds Building Society, NatWest Intermediary Solutions, Paragon Mortgages and Together who will have representatives on the day.

Book your place at one of the following venues:

22 March – Bolton, Last Drop Village Hotel & Spa
23 March – Birmingham, Villa Park Stadium
29 March – Cardiff, Cardiff City Stadium
30 March – Reading, Royal Berkshire Conference Centre

Registration will open at 8.30am to start at 9.30am. The event will formally close at 2.50pm.

Take a look at the highlights of the Buy To Let Market Forum 2016 here and more information about this year’s event here.

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