Legal & General Mortgage Club has announced its calendar of autumn events that focus on the specialist lending sector.
The half day events, which take place across the UK, will provide intermediaries with insight into the different niches of the specialist lending market, including buy-to-let, second charge loans and the later life lending space.
Legal & General’s autumn calendar follows on from its popular spring roadshows and its first later life lending event. The latter, which took place in June, was attended by more than 60 brokers and lenders.
This year’s agenda for the specialist lending events includes an update on the later life lending market and a panel session on buy-to-let ahead of the approaching PRA changes to portfolio landlords.
Brokers will also gain insight on the opportunities the specialist market presents and how Legal & General’s Mortgage Support Services provide assistance to intermediaries operating in the niche lending space.
A full calendar of Legal & General’s Autumn events calendar can be found below:
Sheffield United Football Club – Wednesday 13th September
Birmingham Aston Villa Football Club – Tuesday 19th September
Ramside Hall, Durham, Wednesday 27th September
Cedar Court, Harrogate – Tuesday 3rd October
Sandy Park Stadium, Exeter – Thursday, 19th October
The Village Hotel, Glasgow – Wednesday 25th October
Holiday Inn Norwich North – Thursday 26th October
More information about Legal & General Mortgage Club’s Autumn Specialist Lending events and registration links for each event can be found here.
Jeremy Duncombe, director, Legal & General Mortgage Club, said: “From later life lending to the increasing complexity of buy-to-let, brokers are realising the opportunities in the specialist lending sector and the value of their advice to consumers in this space.
“To reflect on this, we’re pleased to announce our Autumn calendar of Specialist Lending events which aim to provide intermediaries with insight into the niches of the market, from equity release to second charge loans.
“It’s been a great start to the year with our popular Spring Roadshow events and a highly successful first conference on the later life lending sector. By responding to growing interest in niche lending amongst advisers, we’re confident that this new calendar of Autumn conferences will also resonate with intermediaries across the UK.”