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Mortgage Vision events to explore digital advice and GDPR

  • 21/09/2017
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Mortgage Vision events to explore digital advice and GDPR
Creating a digital customer experience and the impact of data protection regulation are two of the topics being covered at this year’s Mortgage Vision events. 

For the first time, the Mortgage Brain events will also visit Northern Ireland. The series of events begin later this month and run throughout October and November (see below for dates).

Supporting all areas of an adviser’s business, the roadshows aim to give attendees a fresh insight into the UK housing market and inspiration for improving business performance and revenue.

The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries, Nationwide and The Mortgage Works will be appearing as headline speakers.

A key element will be discussions around the changes required due to the forthcoming Senior Managers and Certification Regime, plus the importance of cyber security and the impact of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Mark Lofthouse (pictured), chief executive of Mortgage Brain, said: “With ongoing discussions and commentary in the industry about the influence of the digital age and the customer journey, we’re using this year’s events as a platform to look closely at how single or multi-adviser firms can, with limited effort, create their own digital customer journey using technology already available to them.”

The 10 events will also feature round table discussions from industry organisations including, Coventry for Intermediaries, ConveyancingBrain, Fluent Money for Advisers, OneSavings Bank, Mortgage Brain, Nationwide and The Mortgage Works, Royal London, Santander for Intermediaries and Skipton Intermediaries.

The events are scheduled for:

Newcastle 26th September

Leeds 27th September

Winchester 5th October

London 10th October

Manchester 18th October

Birmingham 19th October

Middlesex 2nd November

Belfast 8th November

Newport 15th November

Watford 22nd November



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