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Buy to Let Club to run event to help brokers boost B2L volumes

Buy to Let Club is hosting an event for brokers designed to help learn how to increase buy-to-let business volumes. 

The The Buy to Let Event, being held at The Coppid Beach Hotel in Bracknell on 12 November, includes a seminar on business development, round table sessions, an exhibition and a Q&A session with industry experts.

Panellists for the Q&A session include Buy to Let Club managing director Ying Tan, Aldermore Bank managing director Charles Haresnape, Castle Trust senior advisor Matthew Wyles, Shawbrook Bank managing director of commercial mortgages Stephen Johnson and Fleet Mortgages chief executive Bob Young.

Tan says: “We’ve brought together the giants of the industry giving brokers the chance to receive advice and information from the biggest players in buy-to-let at a single event.

“Tickets are free but they are going quickly so if you want to be at the event, don’t delay.”

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