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.
PLEASE NOTE registration is now closed for The Specialist Lending Event 2020, if you are interested in attending our 2021 event please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Specialist Lending Event was launched in 2016 with the aim of informing brokers about this growing area of the market, to look at those sectors which have not been catered for by mainstream lenders in recent years, and discuss how best you can place those unusual cases and avoid turning business away or burning leads you are not sure how to place.
At this year’s event, expert speakers will address the latest developments in those niche areas such as non-standard lending, complex buy to let, the self-employed market and the growing specialist first-time buyer niche. A panel of the main specialist mortgage distributors and lenders will also discuss seconds, bridging and broader pressing issues of the day and invite questions from the audience.
The Specialist Lending Event 2020 will take place:
The National Conference Centre, Solihull – 3rd February 2021
Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher – 4th February 2021
York Racecourse, York – 10th February 2021
Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool – 11th February 2021
This event is open to mortgage intermediaries only. (This includes brokers, mortgage advisers, and IFAs). Attendees should be actively delivering mortgage or protection advice.
Should you not qualify as one of these job functions, your attendance will be at the discretion of the event organisers.
|Delegates participating in The Specialist Lending Event for their CPD can claim 5 CPD hours towards the CII /PFS member CPD scheme|