Ivent, the industry’s first virtual event run in association with Mortgage Solutions, will be held over one day on 18 September, with our recorded video speakers offering a packed schedule of seminars.
Chris Pearson, head of intermediary mortgages at HSBC is offering his thoughts on the changing product and advice framework and answers the question: ‘Will brokers continue to dominate the advice industry?’
Pearson will also examine the role of technology, broker business strategy and likely product developments from lenders in the coming years.
Jeremy Duncombe, director of intermediary distribution, Accord Mortgages will tackle up-skilling for the administrators and work on the confidence to talk a customer through the end-to-end mortgage process.
Duncombe will also look at how to manage customer expectations when there are delays, disappointments and frustrations.
The raft of other speakers include OneSavings Bank, Chris Croft Training, Aldermore and Pepper Money.
Registration opened for the event in mid-June, which is hosted within a secure, online environment, allowing attendees to access content and ‘visit’ sponsor stands directly from their desktop, laptop, or mobile device.
As with a face-to-face event, administrators will have access to:
• A series of first-class presentations, and panel discussions designed to improve their industry and product knowledge
• Lender sponsors who will demonstrate their fields of expertise, educate the audience on how to get applications ‘right first time’. Each sponsor will have a virtual exhibition booth which delegates will visit. Sponsors will be able to have BDMs available to interact with them online and instant message them. Delegates will also be able to download exclusive factsheets, product information and other relevant literature from each exhibition booth.
• A community of their peers. Share, collaborate and make new relationships to further their career.
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