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Baroness Ros Altmann to feature at Later Life Lending Event 2019

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Baroness Ros Altmann to feature at Later Life Lending Event 2019
The Later Life Lending Event is set to take place on 21 November 2019 at the Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington, London.

 

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

The event will feature presentations showcasing the latest thinking in providing lifetime credit options, along with panel discussions, offering delegates plenty of opportunity to debate and exchange ideas.  

A networking lunch is provided, and delegates earn CPD points by attending. 

 

Programme includes:  

Provider panel: Products, process and participation – where have we got to and where do we need to go? 

Chair: Mike Jones, managing director, intermediaries and specialist brands, Lloyds Banking Group 

Tony Crane, customer experience director, Bank of Ireland for Intermediaries 

Nici-Audhlam Gardener, managing director, OneFamily 

Les Pick, head of sales, equity release, Canada Life 

  

What’s the plan? 

Baroness Ros Altmann (pictured), former pensions minister and older people’s champion 

  

How can we work together to cut across silos and help consumers navigate the market? 

Chair: Ben Thompson, deputy CEO, Mortgage Advice Bureau 

Baroness Ros Altmann CBE, former pensions minister and older people’s champion 

Will Hale, chief executive, Key 

Paul Saroya, director, Viva Retirement Solutions 

  

For more information and to register for your place visit: 

https://www.mortgagesolutions.co.uk/events/later-life-lending-event/?pfat=be93b8a76b5647a1a4fb3d5d8bf9deda 

 

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