The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries has revealed that Michael Gove, the shadow minister for housing, will be speaking at its annual dinner on June 19 2007.
Chris Cummings, director general of AMI, says: “We are delighted that high profile shadow minister, Michael Gove, has agreed to speak at the AMI annual dinner.
“Michael will be speaking about the housing and mortgage markets, the current regulatory landscape for mortgage intermediaries and how a future Conservative government would tackle these issues.
“It promises to be a fascinating insight into the thinking of the Conservative opposition at a time when they are starting to explain more clearly its plans for government.
“The AMI annual dinner is regarded as one of the premier events in the mortgage market and is attended by the leaders of both intermediary firms and lenders.
“The audience will include regulators, journalists and representatives from across the housing industry. We expect 300-400 people to attend.”