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Join us for The 2017 Mortgage and Protection Event

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  • 19/09/2017
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Join Mortgage Solutions in November at our leading event for mortgage intermediaries, The Mortgage and Protection Event.

This year we will be kicking off in London, then going to Manchester, Birmingham and Southampton.

The half-day conference is free-to-attend and brings together a raft of experts covering issues to help you protect, grow and improve your business.

The packed agenda addresses the challenges in the mortgage marketplace, including the regulator’s key concerns and the new rules of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that come in to force next May.

This could seriously change the way you are allowed to collect, keep and use your customers’ data.

All attendees will also earn five CPD hours accredited by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) and will benefit from networking opportunities over breakfast, coffee break and lunch.

The conference will also feature 19 mortgage and protection lenders and distributors in the exhibition area.

 

The free-to-attend events will be at:

  • Allianz Park, London on 7th November;
  • Manchester City Football Club, Manchester on 8th November;
  • Cranmore Park, Birmingham on 15th November; and
  • St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton on 16th November.

Register for any of the events by visiting The Mortgage and Protection Event website.

You can see all the coverage from last year through our hashtag #TMPE16 and on the Mortgage Solutions website.

Don’t miss your chance to register with us and we will keep you updated with the event programme. You can also join the conversation using #TMPE17.

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