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AMI reveals its full Expo programme

The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries has unveiled its full programme of seminars to be held at Mortgage Business Expo Manchester.

Mortgage Strategy magazine revealed some of the seminars and debates that will make up part of the programme for the exhibition.

Today AMI has revealed the entire range of seminars it will host at the event on May 14 and 15 at Manchester Central (G-MEX).

The AMI Seminar Theatre programme will be chaired by AMI’s director Richard Farr and runs for the full two days of Manchester Expo.

It features a large number of industry experts debating on the benefits of directly authorised versus appointed representative versus franchise panel and informing brokers on the Treating Customers Fairly initiative.

It will also feature preparation tips for Financial Services Authority visits to small firms, buy-to-let and the secondary funding market.

Richard Farr, director of AMI, says: “As a key supporter of Mortgage Business Expo, AMI is delighted to once again be involved with this year’s Manchester show.

“Our seminar programme covers a range of issues from TCF and secondary funding to preparing for a small firms visit and we’re even including buy-to-let taxation master classes.”

He adds: “Mortgage Business Expo Manchester is the perfect arena for intermediaries to grow their businesses whether that be through networking or absorbing the wealth of information that the seminar programmes have to offer.”

Mortgage Business Expo Manchester will also include a full seminar programme organised by the Council of Mortgage Lenders and a Commercial Property Finance theatre, organised by the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers and the International Property Investment Pavilion.


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