Paradigm Mortgage Services is holding a mortgage round table event in May.
It is open to all mortgage advisers which will focus on new business opportunities.
The round table is the second event of this type held by the mortgage services proposition in 2013 and will take place on Wednesday 1 May at the Park Inn Hotel London, 30-40 St Albans Road, Watford, WD17 1RN.
The half-day event will offer attendees the chance to hear from Paradigm itself, plus a variety of lenders and providers, on how they are supporting advisers and how they may be able to improve their business levels in the months ahead.
The day begins with registration and coffee from 9.30am and there will be presentations and discussion with representatives from Aldermore Bank, Coventry Building Society, Exeter Friendly Society, Nationwide/The Mortgage Works, PruProtect, Select & Protect and Virgin Money.
Attendees will have the opportunity to talk to all those present as well as hear from Paradigm Mortgage Services about how they are working with these organisations.
The event is open to all mortgage advisers, not just Paradigm member firms, and CPD points are available for all those who attend.
Bob Hunt, chief executive of Paradigm Mortgage Services, said: “Our aim with these events is to help advisers identify some of the current opportunities available in the marketplace and to hear from a selection of lenders and providers about how they are working with the advisory community in order to support their businesses.
“Attendees also get the chance to talk with Paradigm about the way we operate and the benefits of joining, and working with, us in order to access our products and services. Those presenting will be able to outline their existing product ranges and advisers will be able to identify their key differences and USPs.
“The event is a mixture of individual presentations and a round table discussion which will allow advisers to put their questions to all those represented. CPD points are available and we feel certain that advisers will gain a considerable amount of information and knowledge from attending.”