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Baroness Ros Altmann to speak at Later Life Lending Event 2018

  • 28/09/2018
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Baroness Ros Altmann to speak at Later Life Lending Event 2018
Baroness Ros Altmann will present a plenary session and join a discussion panel at The Later Life Lending Event on 22 November.


The Baroness is a prominent figure who has long campaigned to improve policy for older people and ensure good value for customers.

Baroness Altmann was Pensions Minister in 2015 and 2016 and is the government’s Business Champion for Older Workers.

She is passionate about challenging conventional thinking to increase social justice and make life better for the older people in our society.

Baroness Altmann said: “I’m very much looking forward to this exciting conference covering such important issues for the industry and its customers.”


Other speakers at The Later Life Lending Event include:

  • Steve Ellis, managing director, Legal & General Home Finance
  • Jaap Van Raak, managing director of Fortrum BV
  • Richard Rowntree, managing director, UK mortgages, Bank of Ireland
  • David Sinclair, director, the International Longevity Centre

The half day event brings together the key providers of later life lending solutions, the advisers who already deliver existing solutions to older borrowers, and those who are interested in getting involved in this burgeoning sector.

For more information visit the website.


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