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Pink confirms sales conference speakers

Pink Home Loans has announced three additional speakers for its annual sales conference.

Richard Fox, chief executive officer at the Society of Mortgage Professionals, Barry Naisbitt, chief economist for Abbey, and John Goodfellow, chief executive and director of Skipton, will join a long list of other confirmed speakers at the conference on February 8 2007.

Previously confirmed speakers include Jackie Bennett, head of policy for the Council of Mortgage Lenders and Michael Ward, managing director of Direct Life & Pension Services.

The conference and gala dinner, which is exclusively for Pinks appointed representatives and directly authorised brokers with compliance support, aims to be an exciting and informative day.

It will focus on industry topics that help to grow a mortgage advisers business, such as industry trends and identify sales opportunities.

David Copland, deputy managing director at Pink, says: These industry specialists have been specially selected to present on issues that have a real impact on our customers business along with presenting their views on the future of the industry.

I am delighted that they will be attending and look forward to their presentations.

The conference will also give delegates the chance to network with other intermediaries and representatives of lenders.

The event is kindly being sponsored by edeus, BM Solutions, GMAC-RFC, Northern Rock, and Mortgage Express.

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