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  • 05/09/2002
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Over 1,500 brokers have now pre-registered for Mortgage Event 2002, the largest mortgage event of th...

Over 1,500 brokers have now pre-registered for Mortgage Event 2002, the largest mortgage event of the year.

It is to be staged by Mortgage Solutions in partnership with Legal & General Mortgage Club, Premier Mortgage Service and ZIFA Mortgage Network.

The free event is an opportunity for brokers to hear key industry figures speaking about regulation, technology, the economy and sustainable home ownership. The event comprises seven regional one-day conferences, including speakers, and exhibitions, trade bodies and 33 lenders.

Speakers include Richard Fox, head of compliance at the Mortgage Code Compliance Board, Peter Williams, deputy director general of the Council of Mortgage Lenders and Alex Bannister, chief economist of Nationwide

The venues and dates are: 17 September ‘ Thistle, Glasgow; 18 September ‘ The Royal Armouries, Leeds; 24 September ‘ De Vere Whites Hotel, Bolton; 26 September ‘ ICC, Birmingham; 7 October ‘ Copthorne Hotel, London Gatwick; 9 October ‘ Thistle, Bristol and 10 October ‘ QEII Centre, Central London.

Nationwide has donated a football signed by the England World Cup Squad and all brokers who pre-register will be eligible to be enter the draw.

To register for these events contact: themortgageevent@


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