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Mortgage Intelligence announces annual conference

Mortgage Intelligence is to host its annual conference for the fourth year with this year’s event featuring over 20 exhibitors.

The event will be held for 120 Mortgage Intelligence members and will include a conference exhibition, seminar and keynote speaker sessions, awards presentation and a gala dinner.

Exhibitors taking part include The Mortgage Works, Halifax Intermediaries, Nationwide For Intermediaries, Source, Northern Rock, LV=, Legal & General, BM Solutions, Cheltenham & Gloucester and Scottish Widows.

Sally Laker, managing director of Mortgage Intelligence and Mortgage Next parent group Mortgage Intelligence Holdings, says: “It has been an incredibly exciting year for Mortgage Intelligence.

“The joining of forces with Mortgage Next has ensured that both brands are firmly positioned as key players within the broker market both now and in the future.

“All in all we have a lot to talk about this year, a fantastic variety of exhibitors and seminar hosts as well as a top secret after dinner guest speaker.

“Of course without our intermediary partners this event would not be possible and we are extremely grateful to them for the continued support of Mortgage Intelligence Holdings and our members.”

The event is to be held at The Grove in Hertfordshire on October 13.

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