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Dates for your DIARY…

DECEMBER 8
Council of Mortgage Lenders annual dinner

The CML’s festive dinner provides lenders and brokers alike with the chance to network and look back at 2010. It takes place on December 8 at Planit Embankment Gardens in London.

DECEMBER 9
Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee base rate decision

It’s the last base rate decision of the year, see how the MPC chooses to vote when the base rate decision is announced on December 9.

DECEMBER 14
Annual Mortgage IT and Data Demonstrations conference

Hosted by the CML, the Mortgage IT and Data Demonstrations conference is in its second year and looks at the systems being developed in the mortgage and lending industry. Venue is to be confirmed.

DECEMBER 22
Publication of Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee minutes

Find out how the committee reached its base rate decision when the Bank of England releases the MPC minutes on December 22.

 

 

 

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