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‘We owe it to the self-employed to support them’ – Aldermore

by: Charles McDowell
  • 20/01/2017
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‘We owe it to the self-employed to support them’ – Aldermore
When I was asked to present at TSLE 2017 I was really excited and keen to bang the drum for the self-employed – Britain’s go getters.

Self-employed mortgages, whilst it seems to be the new buzz phrase, what does it actually mean for our industry?

Join me for a whistle stop tour as I look at the size of the market and more importantly the opportunity it presents for you.

Together we’ll go through how social, economic and technological changes have impacted the working population and ask ourselves why, according to the FCA, the share of the mortgage market for self-employed applications has remained static at around 10% between 2011 and 2015, when UK workers have made the positive step to become self-employed. These people have been bold enough to create work for themselves and others and we owe it to them to be bold enough to support them.

Self-employed is a subject matter that’s really important to Aldermore and one that I believe should be a key focus for the mortgage industry as a whole.

I hope to see you there.

Charles McDowell is presenting at Harrogate (24/01), Cheshire (25/01), Birmingham (31/01) and London (01/02) – click here for more information and to register your place.

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