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BOI’s Richard Rowntree says we must reflect longer lives with fresh thinking at the Later Life Lending Event

  • 16/11/2018
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Rethinking a new approach to the over 55s has become one of the key challenges within a market that is about to transition to a new era of longer life.


This is the theme for Bank of Ireland managing director Richard Rowntree’s session at the Later Life Lending Event 2018, which will be taking place on 22 November at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington.

The event is a forum bringing together the key providers of later life lending solutions, including high street banks, building societies, specialist equity release providers, and advisers – including those already offering advice in the sector and those keen to get involved.

Other speakers include Jaap Van Raak, managing director of Fortrum BV Jaap Van Raak, Legal and General Home Finance managing director Steve Ellis, as well as Baroness Ros Altmann, CBE, former pensions minister and older people’s champion.

Baroness Ros Altmann will present a session exploring how the financial services industry can engage with and support older borrowers, whist Steve Ellis will be discussing reimagining retirement lending.

All the participants will be joining discussions looking at the demands and requirements of the new generations.

Please click here for more information and keep yourself updated on Twitter following the hashtag #LLLE2018.

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