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PMS and Sesame to host Mortgage Extra Live events

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PMS and Sesame to host Mortgage Extra Live events
PMS and Sesame Bankhall Group are hosting a series of seminars at 12 venues across the UK for clients of PMS mortgage club and Bankhall, along with Sesame network members.

The Mortgage Extra Live events begin on 23 February in Belfast and supported by over 35 lenders and providers.

The events will cover intermediary news, updates and lender insight, including topics such as the EU Mortgage Credit Directive with debate taking place during round table forums.

Mark Graves, sales director at SBG, (pictured) said: “It is important that advisers get up-to-date with the latest developments from lenders, particularly with the impending changes due to the EU Mortgage Credit Directive. With 800 financial advisers already registered there is clearly a keen interest in the topics we are covering in our latest round of events.”

Advisers can reserve places by clicking here.

Event timetable

23/02/2016 Belfast, Hilton Templepatrick
24/02/2016 Scotland, DoubleTree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro
25/02/2016 Bolton, Bolton Whites Hotel
01/03/2016 Exeter, Exeter Racecourse
02/03/2016 Chepstow, Marriott St Pierre
03/03/2016 West Midlands, National Motorcycle Museum
08/03/2016 Milton Keynes, Hilton Milton Keynes
09/03/2016 Brands Hatch, Motorsports Brands Hatch
10/03/2016 Huntingdon, Marriott Huntingdon
15/03/2016 Wetherby, Wetherby Racecourse
16/03/2016 Watford, Hilton Watford
17/03/2016 Southampton, St Mary’s Stadium

Former Pink Home Loans director Mark Graves joined Sesame Bankhall Group in December as sales director, reporting to executive chairman John Cowan and overseeing the group’s propositions across its three advisory brands.

In January, Sesame appointed Jane Benjamin head of lender relationships and Lauren Bagley marketing manager, from The Right Mortgage and Protection Network, the third senior manager move in as many months.

 

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