The Right Mortgage & Protection Network is to hold its main roadshow event for members and prospective members on 28 November.
The event will take place at the National Conference Centre in Birmingham on Thursday 28th November 2019 and registration is now open.
It will look ahead to 2020 and give attendees an insight into the network’s vision and developments for the future.
Network members will have the opportunity to attend presentations from lenders and providers, as well as browse over 70 exhibitor stands and network with peers.
As part of the event’s new panel forum discussions, attendees will hear from industry spokespeople including Mark Lofthouse, CEO of Mortgage Brain; Kevin Roberts, director of L&G Mortgage Club; Andy Philo, director of strategic partnerships at Vitality and Mark Cracknell, head of protection distribution at Aviva, as well as others.
The event will also feature with the network’s award ceremony, recognising the leading firms and individuals across all product areas.
Guest speaker, Phil Calvert, a key figure within social media in financial services, will close the event, sharing his views on LinkedIn, lead generation, social media and internet marketing for the financial advice community.
The network expects over 250 attendees from its UK-wide membership.
Martin Wilson (pictured), CEO at The Right Mortgage, said: “This is the largest scale roadshow that we have held to date and the line-up of industry experts reflects this. We look forward to reaching as many of our members as possible, providing them with a fun day filled with market insight, as well as our unrivalled support and advice. Our roadshows are also a great opportunity for those who are considering becoming an AR with the network, as they provide a real insight into what we are all about”.
Adam Stretton, managing director at The Right Mortgage, added: “Our roadshow events are all about building and expanding on our relationships with our members. They are a great way for advisers to meet their peers, providers, lenders and network staff face-to-face, and learn new ways of expanding their businesses.”