The industry is gearing up for the annual Mortgage Business Expo this week, with Earls Court playing host to the event on Wednesday and Thursday, 16-17 November.Companies and organisations from across the industry will be attending this year’s event to discuss and reflect upon their experiences of the first year of statutory mortgage regulation. Over the two days, industry experts will speak on a variety of topics from equity release and lead generation to the overseas market and home reversion plans. The Mortgage Strategy team will be attending the trade event and can be found on stand D74. We look forward to seeing you there.
Mint Financial Services will expand its back office and administration system integration with The Exchange, saving its 200 independent financial and mortgage advisers both time and money as it accelerates its paperless business submission process. Mints further investment in technology gives its members two-way quotations and one-way enhanced new business integration increasing the amount of […]
From Ian Curtis BDMs alive and well at B&W? I think not. I read with interest Deirdre McManus’s letter (Mortgage Strategy, November 7), reassuring Monty Burn that B&W has BDMs. We have been packaging for B&W for nearly eight years and until May had an excellent relationship with our BDM. Then he was transferred, his […]
Have you checked out the Financial Services Authority’s jargon-free ‘mortgages laid bare’ website yet?
Opus has recruited a new business development manager as part of its expansion plan. Joe Stelmach has joined Opus as regional relationship manager. Stelmach has had over 25 years’ experience in the mortgage and financial services industry, and has previously worked at Britanina in London as a branch manager, and as a business development manager […]
According to our recent report on the death of retirement, changes in workplace pension provision mean that coming generations of retirees could have a radically different experience of retirement from their parents. The average contribution rate into an old-style final salary pension was around 20 per cent of total wages, the statutory minimum for a […]
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