We are actively managing the evolving impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and following guidance from the government and health organisations, we wanted to reassure you that we are operating Business as Usual and currently the event is going ahead as planned.
The wellbeing of all guests at all of our events is our top priority and we are in regular communication with our venues, speakers, and sponsors to mitigate any risks.
The British Mortgage and Protection Senate brings together the most influential lenders and distributors in the mortgage and protection markets, to identify the key threats and opportunities facing our industry and foster co-operation and collaboration to ensure their successful evolution.
This year’s Senate focuses on the future. We will consider changing consumer behaviour and examine how we can work together more effectively to better cater for tomorrow’s customer, potentially looking to other markets for valuable ideas.
We will look at the changing make-up of the UK housing market and where mortgage business is likely to come from in the short to medium term, including the potential impact of Brexit on the overall market and the buy to let sector.
Our annual ‘split session’ will separate the distributors from the lenders for two separate discussions on the same issue. This year’s hot topic: Product transfers.
The Financial Services Consumer Panel will present the findings of its research on income protection, and a panel will discuss and debate the latest developments in the wider world of protection.
A series of targeted sponsor workshops will also address a wide range of issues pertinent to the mortgage and protection markets right now impacting on the future.
This is an invitation-only event. If you require any information regarding this event or have any queries, please contact us.
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.