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Goldsmith Williams sponsors MS Summit

Conveyancing firm Goldsmith Williams is to sponsor Mortgage Strategys Packager Summit in the south of France.

The two-day event is expected to welcome around 75 packaging companies which will chew over future developments in the packagers market.

Running between January 24 and 26, the Nice-based summit will also see the launch of Mortgage Distributor Mortgage Strategys sister publication for the packaging sector.

Eddie Goldsmith, senior partner at Goldsmith Williams, says: The changing face of technology and the pace at which it is evolving is affecting everyone in the mortgage industry in one way or another.

“One result of this is the pressure on conveyancing firms to keep up with the efforts of others in the industry.

Through the workshops, the summit will provide an ideal platform for packagers to ask pertinent questions about what to expect from conveyancing in the future and what impact future developments in e-conveyancing are likely to have on their own business.


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