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L&G releases Mortgage Club Live agenda


Legal & General has released the agenda for its Mortgage Club Live Conference.

The educational event for brokers will include panel discussions on specialist lending, technology and main lenders.

It will also include an interview of Metro Bank chief executive by L&G Mortgage Club chairman Stephen Smith and a market update by L&G Mortgage Club director Jeremy Duncombe.

The keynote speaker is L&G chief executive Nigel Wilson and the event will also have a presentation by Financial Conduct Authority senior associate Gordon Findlay.

The event will take place on 13 October at the Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G0AE.

To register to attend, please click here.



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