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Tech Talks: ‘Will traditional advice have disappeared in five years’ time?’

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 16/01/2018
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Tech Talks: ‘Will traditional advice have disappeared in five years’ time?’
In the final part of our Tech Talks series on the digitisation of the mortgage advice process, our expert panel takes a look at the likely evolution of the market in the medium term.


In association with NatWest Intermediary Solutions, our experts debate the direction of fees if, as suspected, the number of brokers serving the advice market contracts given the threat represented by property giants Zoopla and Rightmove to advisers in a technology-driven era.


From left to right, our panelists are:


Alan Ferguson, corporate account manager, NatWest Intermediary Solutions

Grant Hendry, head of digital community, Mortgagegym

Victoria Hartley, group editor, Mortgage Solutions

James Tucker, MD, Twenty7tec

David Copland, director of mortgages services, LSL




Note: this video was recorded in Q4, before the Open Banking ‘standard’ began to be applied on 13 January this year.

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