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Mortgage Vision runs masterclasses online in March

  • 22/02/2021
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Mortgage Vision runs masterclasses online in March
Mortgage technology firm Mortgage Brain has taken its roadshow series Mortgage Vision virtual in a new format, offering mortgage advisers a series of educational masterclasses.

In its 12th year, Mortgage Vision is running as a series of eight 45-minute events, packed with industry insights and presented by numerous expert industry leaders.

The agenda covers a range of topics including adverse credit, navigating ever-changing policies and criteria, self-employed and general insurance and the events run from the 1 to the 25 March.

Each masterclass will start at 11am on its allotted day and focus on a different topic with every class offering up 0.5 hours of continual professional development (CPD), with delegates able to quiz presenters through a live Q&A.

Neil Wyatt, sales and marketing director at Mortgage Brain, (pictured) said: “Our Mortgage Vision event has been going strong for more than a decade, and provides advisers with an unparalleled range of diverse and insightful presentations.”

He added: “Advisers have a huge amount to keep on top of, from the challenges of securing mortgages for borrowers with adverse credit to helping those who are self-employed, and Mortgage Vision is a brilliant way to inform and educate advisers on the often-changing mortgage landscape.”

Sign up for the events here. 

Event schedule

1 March Mortgage Brain Navigating the ever-changing landscape of lender policy, product availability and client affordability

4 March Uinsure Reimagined insurance technology that makes giving GI advice a no brainer

8 March HSBC UK High LTV insight: let’s talk about all things 90%

11 March Pepper Money Adverse mortgage insight: An in-depth look at adverse credit and its impact on mortgage customers

15 March Mortgage Brain Simplifying your mortgage submissions to multiple lenders from a single login

18 March Leeds Building Society New Build and affordable housing: what’s coming down the track?

22 March HSBC UK Self-employed insight: let’s talk about all things self-employed

25 March Skipton Building Society for Intermediaries Underwriting and credit risk: behind the scenes

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