Paradigm Mortgage Services is to hold its third mortgage round table event of the year in Birmingham next month.
The event is open to all mortgage advisers, not just member firms of the mortgage services proposition, and focuses on the potential new business opportunities available in the current marketplace.
The round table takes place on Wednesday 12 June at the Radisson Blu Hotel Birmingham, 12 Holloway Circus, Queensway, Birmingham B1 1BT.
The half-day event offers attendees the chance to hear from John Coffield, head of Paradigm Mortgage Services about the current mortgage market and the services Paradigm provides, while Christine Newell, Paradigm Partnership Manager, will provide a Mortgage Market Review (MMR) update.
A number of other lenders and providers will also be presenting on their products and how they can help advisers improve their business levels in the months ahead.
Registration and coffee is from 9.30am and there will be presentations and discussion with representatives from Ageas Protect, Aldermore Bank, Exeter Family Friendly Society, Nationwide Building Society, Precise Mortgages, and Select & Protect.
Attendees will have the opportunity to quiz all those present and will also be able to earn CPD points.
Bob Hunt, chief executive of Paradigm Mortgage Services, said: “Our series of round table events continues in Birmingham next month where we will be bringing together a range of lenders and providers plus offering our own take on the current state of the mortgage market and, in particular, an update on the MMR. We are now less than a year from the introduction of the MMR and there is plenty of work taking place behind the scenes which will change the nature of the mortgage market we currently work in. It’s our aim to provide all attendees with information and support in this area while at the same time giving lenders and providers the opportunity to engage with advisers about the current business opportunities available.
“To date our events have been well attended and we hope advisers in the Midlands and surrounding areas are able to take a half-day out of their working week to attend an event which we believe can help them increase income but also importantly support their firms as we move towards MMR.”