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Advantage to host Flexishare workshops

Advantage, a Morgan Stanley Group company, has revealed the dates and venues for its forthcoming mortgage intermediary Flexishare workshops.

The workshops are set to start on August 16 at the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow and will then travel to nine other destinations across the country.

The workshops will feature an presentation about Flexishare, a question and answer session and an opportunity to network with others at the workshop.

The workshop dates are:

16th Aug Glasgow The Hilton Hotel
23rd Aug Wetherby Ramada Jarvis
24th Aug Haydock Thistle Hotel
30th Aug Nottingham Nottingham Belfry
31st Aug Birmingham Devere Belfry
5th Sep Bristol The Hilton Hotel
6th Sep Victoria, London The Thistle Westminster
7th Sep Heathrow, London Crowne Plaza
14th Sep Croydon Croyden Park Hotel
21st Sep Barnet West Lodge Park Hotel

Keith Dearling, managing director of Advantage, says: Following the recent launch of Flexishare, our ground breaking new product specifically designed to increase home ownership buying power, we are taking the product on the road.

“We are very excited and proud to be taking Flexishare to the mortgage broker community in August though to September, covering 10 destinations across the UK.

“So far, the reception from brokers has been very positive, undoubtedly places will be filled quickly and we are encouraging brokers to register their interest with us as soon as possible.

“We appreciate that a brokers time is precious, so each workshop will commence at 9.30am and close by 12.30pm.


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