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Discover how behavioural economics can help advise older borrowers at LLLE 2019

  • 30/10/2019
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Oxford Risk will reveal the ways behavioural economics can support financial advice for older people at next month’s Later Life Lending Event 2019.


The Oxford University spin-off will discuss how behavioural economics can improve decision-making and advice among older people in the financial services arena.

The Later Life Lending Event, brought to you by Mortgage Solutions, takes place on 21 November at the Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington, London.

Meeting the financial needs of older people is one of the most significant challenges facing the financial services industry today and with an ageing population, rising to that challenge is only going to become more critical in future.

This session will give valuable insight into how older customers can be supported in making these crucial decisions.


Free registration

Other speakers include Baroness Ros Altmann CBE, former pensions minister and older people’s champion, as well as representatives from major lenders and intermediaries in the sector.

The event features 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.

The full programme and free registration can be found on the event website at the following link:


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