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Bridgewater to take equity release masterclass on the road

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  • 21/01/2014
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Bridgewater to take equity release masterclass on the road
Bridgewater Equity Release is to host equity release masterclass sessions around England, aiming to further understanding of the sector among advisers.

The firm will host four sessions in the next four months visiting Bury in February, London in March, Solihull in April and Bournemouth in May.

The sessions are aimed at advisers already in the sector looking to further their knowledge of equity release. The morning event is free to all advisers and will kick off at the Village Hotel, Rochdale Road, Bury on Tuesday 25 February.

Speakers will include Alison Beeston of Grainger, Symponia managing director Jeremy Davies and Bridgewater’s Chris Prior.

Sales and distribution manager Prior (pictured) said: “We begin 2014 as we left off last year with a continuing commitment to support equity release advisers as they look to develop their businesses and attract new clients.

“As always, we are providing a real mix of presentations covering everything from the MMR, the correlation between care needs and equity release, as well as relooking at some of the basics that could help advisers develop their proposition. Masterclass sessions tend to be very popular so we would urge advisers to contact us sooner rather than later to book their place.”

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