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MS Live event returns to Manchester

The event will consist of presentations, focussed seminars and workshops and an exhibition of the biggest names in the business.

As Mortgage Day nears a special industry panel debate will discuss the future of the industry. Panel members will include Chris Cummings, director of the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries, Rob Clifford, managing director of Mortgage Force, John Malone, head of mortgages at Premier Mortgages and Richard Fox, compliance director at the MCCB.

In the Mortgage Strategy Arena, sponsored by Sesame, David Buxton, national accounts manager at the One Account and Andy Wharam, group intermediary mortgage marketing group manager at Abbey for Intermediaries will offer different perspectives on the rise of flexible mortgages, and Keith Street, director of sales at Kensington Mortgages, will discuss IT and the intermediary&#39s role.

Street believes it is important for lenders to maintain regular contact with intermediaries at shows. He says: “For intermediary lenders, it is vital we ensure our communication channels with brokers are effective. The Mortgage Strategy Live event enables us to build on existing relationships and make new ones in an informative yet relaxed atmosphere.”

To find out more about Mortgage Strategy Live and how you could win an MG TF160 sports car, sponsored by First Active call 08702 467762.

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