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Mortgage Brain to host free training events

The events are open to all introducers and, in particular, Mortgage Brain users. Attendees will learn to better understand the new features of Mortgage Brain that enable compliance. The events will also include training so that introducers will be up and running in preparation for Mortgage Day.

There will be two sessions per event. The mornings are for introducers who are directly regulated and the afternoons for members of networks.

The events will be held throughout September and October at venues including Newcastle United&#39s St James&#39 Park, Manchester United&#39s Old Trafford, Twickenham and The Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

They will be supported by some of the UK&#39s leading lenders including Intelligent Finance, Nationwide Building Society, Northern Rock, Royal Bank of Scotland, The Woolwich and the One Account. The media partner is Mortgage Strategy.

Mark Lofthouse, CEO at Mortgage Brain, says: “These events are an opportunity for introducers to get up to speed with the latest technology to support compliance and electronic trading.

“The associated training means that introducers who attend will be up and running in time for Mortgage Day and there will be an opportunity to exchange views on important issues.

“But there are only 2,000 spaces available so people will have to move fast to secure a place.”

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