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Mortgage Conference 2017

Mon Oct 30, 2017
09:30 - 16:40
Hilton Bankside, London
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The first mortgage conference covering both credit risk and product & distribution

 

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Join one of the biggest gatherings of brokers and lenders at the Mortgage Conference, sponsored by MortgageGym, to gauge what lenders are offering, understand the current sales and distribution dynamic and identify the most effective routes to market; all of whom are working to close the gap between credit risk and intermediary lending.

 

We have over 20 SPEAKERS already confirmedincluding lenders, brokers and regulators:

 

BSA • Chestertons • Coreco • Family Building Society • FCA • FLA • Habito • HSBC • Investec • John Charcol • Landbay • Leeds Building Society • Legal and General• MortgageGym • London and Country • Metro Bank • National Landlords Association • Nationwide Building Society • Precise Mortgages • The West Brom • Which? Mortgage Solutions

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What will you learn?

 

You will be able to understand how your industry colleagues and competitors are overcoming the common challenges. We will be exploring:

  • How macro changes are changing credit risk
  • Adapting to change in the broker market
  • Credit assessment built for everyone
  • Panel: Buy to let
  • Alternative data and how we harness it
  • Combining digital tools with knowledgeable advisors
  • Case study: Metro Bank
  • The growth of niche mortgage solutions
  • How to evolve the market
  • Case study: Putting intermediary at the heart of HSBC

Who’s attending?

 

Join the industry’s key stakeholder groups, including the vast majority of the UK’s MAJOR LENDERS, BROKERS, INSURERS, CONVEYANCERS AND REGULATORS.

 

Alongside the huge networking options and the welcome address and session by John Ingram of MortgageGym, the conferences headline sponsors, our keynote sessions will provide industry insight from decision makers such as Paul Broadhead of The BSA, L&G’s Jeremy Duncombe, Chris Pearson of HSBC and David Hollingworth of London and Country alongside an FCA Keynote Address.

 

 

Organisations already attending include:

 

•HSBC•ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND•LEEDS BUILDING SOCIETY•LEGAL & GENERAL•YORKSHIRE BUILDING SOCIETY•THE FCA•SANTANDER•VIDA HOME LOANS•NATIONWIDE•NOTTINGHAM BUILDING SOCIETY•JOHN CHARCOL•LONDON & COUNTRY •VIDA HOME LOANS•THE WEST BROM•INVESTEC•PRECISE MORTGAGES•SAFFRON BUILDING SOCIETY•METRO BANK•CORECO•IPSWICH BUILDING SOCIETY•LANDBAY•THE FAMILY BUILDING SOCIETY•FOUNDATION HOME LOANS•

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2017 Speakers

Chris Pearson

Head of Intermediary Mortgage
HSBC

Paul Broadhead

Director of Mortgage Policy
The BSA

Doriana Iovino

Director Credit Risk Analytics
Metro Bank PLC

Adam Evetts

Head of Credit Risk
The West Brom

Jeremy Duncombe

Director
Legal and General

John Ingram

CEO
Mortgage Gym Limited

John Goodall

CEO
Landbay

Nick Barnes

Head of Research
Chestertons

Cammy Amaira

Head of Intermediary Sales
Family Building Society

Jamie Pritchard

Head of Sales
Precise Mortgages

Peter Izard

Business Development Manager
Investec Private Bank

Fiona Hoyle

Head of Consumer Finance Mortgage Finance
FLA

Ray Boulger

Senior Technical Manager
John Charcol

Andrew Montlake

Founding Director
Coreco Partners LLP

David Hollingworth

Associate Director
London and Country

Martese Carton

Head of Intermediary Distribution
Leeds Building Society

Michael Lawton

Managing Director
Which Mortgage Advisers

Andrew Baddeley Chappell

Former Head of Policy and Governance
Nationwide Building Society

Agenda

Agenda at a glance

This is the agenda at a glance. For a full breakdown on the individual sessions including the complete speaker list please download the full agenda.

 

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10:00

Welcome address from John Ingram


10:10

Overview of the market

BSA

10:40

FCA address

11:10

Networking and exhibition break

11:25

Overview of the broker market

London and Country

Legal and General Mortgage Club

Investec

Risk stream

Product and distribution stream

11:55

How macro changes are changing credit risk

Former Nationwide

Chestertons

Adapting to change in the broker market

John Charcol

Correco

Leeds Building Society

Habito

12:25

Lunch

13:40

Panel: Credit assessment built For everyone

The West Brom

Panel: Buy to let

LandBay

Precise Mortgages

NLA

14:10


Alternative data and how we harness it

Sponsorship opportunity

Combining digital tools with knowledgeable advisors

Sponsorship opportunity

14:40

Case study: Metro Bank

Metro Bank PLC

The growth of niche mortgage solutions

Family Building Society

FLA

Which? Specialist Mortgages

15:10

Networking and exhibition break

15:25

How to evolve the market

MortgageGym

15:55

Case study: Putting intermediary at the heart of HSBC

HSBC

16:25

Closing remarks

16:40

Conference close

 

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News

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Acting as a key part of the build up to this brand new event, our newsletter offers Credit Strategy’s perspective on current developments driving the mortgage market, a chance to get to know our speakers and just the sort content we think you’d like to hear.

 

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Newsletter 8


 

News 8.1- Precise mortgages floated on the London Stock Exchange

Precise owner floats on the London Stock Exchange

 

The parent company of Precise Mortgages, Charter Court Financial Services Group, entered the exchange with the share price set at 230p. The initial public offering (IPO) comprises 86.9 million existing shares and 8.6 million newly issued shares for the parent company of Precise Mortgages, Charter Savings Bank and Exact Mortgage Experts.

 

 

 

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News 8.2- Brokers supporting re-mortgaging

Brokers supporting re-mortgaging

 

Sitting down with brokers today, I find that there are two concerns front of mind: Finding good quality leads and keeping customers on their books long-term. So what can a DA do to proactively retain clients?

 

Read the full story

News 8.3- London property bubble to burst?

London property bubble set to burst?

 

As average house prices and transactions across the UK continue rise, with prices up 1.5% to reach £293,000, one could be forgiven for thinking everything was rosy in the property market.

 

 

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Newsletter 7


 

News 7.1- NatWest first bank to offer paperless mortgages

NatWest first UK bank to offer paperless mortgages

 

As the great wave of digitalisation continues to move through financial services and words like ‘Fintech’ and ‘Blockchain’ hum around boardrooms of financial institutions across the world, the digital future seems to be getting ever closer. Yet still these seem to be merely buzzwords at this point, largely being sounded off by CEOs staging a ‘who can look the most interested’ competition at Sibos..

 

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News 7.2 - Lead sourcing for independent brokers

Lead sourcing for independent brokers

 

Since joining MortgageGym, I’ve spent most of my time speaking with brokers and lenders to better understand the issues with mortgage distribution. I also bring more than 15 years working as a broker and with brokers to these conversations.

 

 

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News 7.3 - Conveyancing Association argues for commonhold

Conveyancing Association argues for commonhold

 

In a response to the Department for Communities and Local Governments latest consultation paper ‘Tackling unfair practices in the leasehold market’, the Conveyancing Association (CA), the trade body for conveyancers, has urged the government to look towards the use of commonhold rather than leasehold by developers.

 

 

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Newsletter 6


 

News 6.1- FCA looking into old options

FCA looking into old options

 

The Financial Conduct Authority is currently overseeing a consultation that could see the re-emergence of contentious "interest-only" mortgages that in case may run through to the holder’s death.

 

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News 6.2- Creating Technology to support Brokers

Creating Technology to support Brokers

 

Technology has the potential to change the face of mortgage distribution dramatically, yet many brokers still appear to be anxious about stepping into the digital realm. In fact, a recent survey showed that as many as 40% of brokers did not even have a website; one could argue, a minimum requirement for any business in the 21st century.

 

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News 6.3 - Get to know...Grant Hendry

Get to know...Grant Hendry

 

This week we’re getting to know MortgageGym’s Grant Hendry. Those who’ve been following the newsletter will probably have read the blog he contributed last week, and if you haven’t yet I’d highly recommend the fascinating piece on technology supporting brokers he’s penned for us this week. I thought you’d like to get to know him…

 

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Newsletter 5


 

News 5.1- Buy-to-let boost

Buy-to-let boost

 

Over the past year buy-to-let investors could be forgiven for feeling ever so slightly beleaguered, having been repeatedly hit by a host of reforms introduced by former chancellor, George Osborne.

 

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News 5.2- Rate sourcing and lender affordability

Rate sourcing and lender affordability

 

Brokers need to identify a handful of key pieces of information to add value to their customers’ financial lives.

 

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NEWS 5.3 - Get to know...Peter Izard

Get to know...Peter Izard

 

This week we’re getting to know a former Harrods Bank Head of Intermediary and current Investec Private Bank Business Development Manager.

 

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Newsletter 4


 

News 4.1 - Lloyds to pay £280m redress to customers in mortgage arrears

Lloyds to pay £280m redress to customers in mortgage arrear

 

Lloyds Banking Group is setting up a redress scheme that will see £283m paid out to 590,000 customers charged fees, including litigation fees, when falling into mortgage arrears.

 

 

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News 4.2 - House prices continue to rise, but growth slowing

House prices continue to rise, but growth slowing

 

Despite average UK house prices rising to £219,000 in July, price growth has hit its slowest rate in over four years, according to the latest figures from Halifax.

 

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News 4.3 - Get to know… Jeremy Moll

Get to know… Jeremy Moll

 

This week we’re getting to know MortgageGym’s Chief Commercial Officer; Jeremy Moll. Let’s get right on and hear what he had to say.

 

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Newsletter 3


 

News 3.1 - Senior managers regime, coming to your firm and our conference

Senior managers regime, coming to your firm and our conference

 

On the morning of the FCA revealing how it’s going to apply its senior managers regime (SMR) to all FCA regulated firms (yes that means you) we’d like to announce we’re adding a session on SMR to the agenda.

 

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News 3.2 - Robo-advice - The future of mortgages?

Robo-advice - The future of mortgages?

 

Robo-advice is a term that has become ubiquitous in conversations about the mortgage market in 2017. It was prevalent last year after new entrants to the intermediary market offering robo-advice precipitated debates around how far its influence would stretch – and the extent of its threat to the incumbent broker market.

 

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News 3.3 - Get to know… Ray Boulger

Get to know… Ray Boulger

 

This week we’re getting to know ‘mortgage guru’ Ray Boulger, a man who I’m sure needs no introduction. Also, a man who needs no invitation to talk about the mortgage market, as I’m sure you’ll be able to tell by the length of this week’s ’60 second interview’. Let’s get straight to it.

 

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Newsletter 2


 

News 2.1 - Are we witnessing the return of sub-prime?

Are we witnessing the return of sub-prime?

 

Following the financial crisis in 2007-08 the sub-prime end of the market had all but died. Now lenders are slowly but surely returning to the market, seeing a gap and demographics to which they can offer more support.

 

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News 2.2 - The conference has two streams, so now the price looks even more reasonable

The conference has two streams, so now the price looks even more reasonable

 

As well as an address from the FCA and high level panels examining where the market is right now and what the next twelve months will hold for your business - the conference will go on to focus on two key themes, across two streams which delegates will have the flexibility to move between throughout the day.

 

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News 2.3 - Get to know…John Ingram

Get to know…John Ingram

 

John, previously founded Burlington Group a multi-award winning national business and respected pioneer in the financial services collections sector. Upon selling the business to Marston John co-founded MortgageGym with a vision to radically redefine the consumer experience of the mortgage application process by fusing new technology with regulatory change and embracing compliance. You can find out more about his company and our headline sponsor here MortgageGym. Here are John’s questions.

 

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Newsletter 1


 

News 1.1 - How the Mortgage Conference will clarify industry concerns

How the Mortgage Conference will clarify industry concerns

 

Stay up to date on the developments in the mortgage industry and what you’ll gain form the Mortgage Conference, directly from the man who put the event together.

 

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News 1.2 - MortgageGym announced as headline sponsor of the inaugural Mortgage Conference

MortgageGym announced as headline sponsor

 

MortgageGym will discuss how it promises to revolutionise the mortgage market and transform the way brokers work through a digital marketplace combining robo-and live-broker advice.

 

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News 1.3 - Get to know...Jamie Pritchard

Get to know...Jamie Pritchard

 

Every two weeks, as part of this newsletter, we will be allowing you to get to know one of our speakers, giving you a chance to get to know the people currently shaping the industry. This week it’s the turn of Precise Mortgage’s Head of Sales, Jamie Pritchard.

 

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Prices and deadlines

Brokers will receive a preferential rate of £99 + VAT

 

Charity / non-profit rates are available, find out details for these rates by calling 020 7940 4835.

 

Week Lender rate

Standard rate

Base £500

£800

20 £510

£810

WC 12 June
19 £520 £820 WC 19 June
18 £530 £830 WC 26 June
17 £540 £840 WC 3 July
16 £550 £850 WC 10 July
15 £570 £870 WC 17 July
14 £590 £890 WC 24 July
13 £610 £910 WC 31 July
12 £630 £930 WC 7 August
11 £650 £950 WC 14 August
10 £670 £970 WC 21 August
9 £690 £990 WC 28 August
8 £710 £1,010 WC 4 September
7 £730 £1,030 WC 11 September
6 £750 £1,050 WC 18 September

Price increases by £50pw


5 £800 £1,100 WC 25 September
4 £850 £1,150 WC 2 October
3 £900 £1,200 WC 9 October
2 £950 £1,250 WC 16 October
1 £1,000 £1,300 WC 23 October

 

 


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Directions and location

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Underground stations:

  • Southwark (Jubilee Line) – 5 minutes
  • Blackfriars (District and Circle) – 6 minutes
  • Waterloo (Northern, Jubilee, Waterloo and City lines) – 10 minutes
  • London Bridge (Northern and Jubilee) – 10 minutes

Overground stations:

  • Waterloo East (via Southwark Tube Station entrance) - 5 minutes
  • Blackfriars (direct connections to Gatwick Airport) - 6 minutes
  • London Bridge - 10 minutes
Heathrow airport
Distance from hotel: 18 miles
Drive time: 38 minutes
Gatwick airport
Distance from hotel: 50 miles
Drive time: 1 hour
City airport
Distance from hotel: 7.8 miles
Drive time: 29 minutes

 


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