The role of later life lending for mortgage brokers in the current environment

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Host: Dave Stratton, LGHF, Panel: Marie Catch, LGHF, Paul Hopton, L&G Mortgage Club, Rory Joseph, JLM Mortgage Services

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With the mortgage market beginning to open back up, things are starting to look up for brokers across the UK. However, the last 12 weeks have been a stark reminder of the importance of business resilience. While you may just be getting back to your core business, now may be the time to consider additional revenue streams for your business. Join us for a 45-minute live stream with Marie Catch, Head of Mortgage Sales at Legal & General Home Finance, to discuss how this new and evolving environment is highlighting client needs and potentially creating new opportunities in the later life lending space for mortgage brokers. The session will be hosted by Dave Stratton, Distribution Director, Legal & General Home Finance. Marie will be joined by Paul Hopton, Legal & General Mortgage Club and guests. Our panel will be sharing insights on current market trends, real-life examples, discussing the opportunities later life lending advice could provide to your business and what you’ll need to consider when getting started. We’ll also give attendees free access to our new CPD equity release online study portal (RRP: £200). For advisers only.
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