UTB’s Tolfree explains growing diversity within second charge mortgages at The Specialist Lending Event

  • 17/01/2019
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UTB’s Tolfree explains growing diversity within second charge mortgages at The Specialist Lending Event
United Trust Bank commercial director – mortgages Buster Tolfree will present on strategic changes in the second charge market at The Specialist Lending Event 2019.


Tolfree (pictured) noted second charge mortgages are fast becoming a valid borrowing choice for an increasingly diverse customer base.

His session will explain what advisers need to know about these changing products and changing borrowers.

Masthaven sales director Rob Barnard will open The Specialist Lending Event 2019 when the roadshow kicks off in February.

Barnard will be broaching how brokers and lenders can ease the potentially complex journey for borrowers with a session called Improving the specialist customer experience.

Keystone Property Finance CEO David Whittaker will be examining the future of the buy-to-let market and giving an insightful look into its future in his own unique style.

Octane Capital managing director Mark Posniak, will present on the part bespoke underwriting plays in the specialist sector for individuals, be they small commercial, complex income or bridging customers.

The Specialist Lending Event was launched in 2016 with the aim of informing brokers about this growing area of the market.

It will consider those sectors which have not been catered for by mainstream lenders and assess how brokers can place unusual cases and avoid turning business away or burning leads.


The Specialist Lending Event will take place at:

5th February – Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher

6th February – The National Conference Centre, Solihull

12th February – York Racecourse, York

13th February – Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool

More information and free registration can be found on the Specialist Lending Event 2019 website.


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