Brightstar Financial has launched The Specialist Lending Virtual Expo – a free one day digital event for brokers that will provide the latest insights to help them develop and grow their specialist mortgage business.
The Specialist Lending Virtual Expo takes place on 1st July and is open to all brokers, although places are limited. It features 11 keynote speakers throughout the day and a panel debate on the ‘state of the specialist lending nation’. Topics for the key note speeches include second charge mortgages, buy to let, bridging finance, commercial finance and helping under-served borrowers, as well as many others.
Amongst the experts speaking on the day there will be Emma Cox, Joshua Elash, Caroline Mirakian, Adrian Moloney, Steve Seal, Buster Tolfree, Steve Cox, Richard Deacon, Nick Baker, Steve Griffiths, Chris Holcomb, Mark Whitear, Phil Quinn and William Lloyd and Rob Jupp from The Brightstar Group.
Brokers attending The Specialist Lending Virtual Expo will be given access to exclusive products and have the opportunity to chat and download content from the 15 exhibiting lenders. They will also receive CPD points for attending the panel debate and key note speeches, and delegates will be given vouchers for Costa Coffee.
Places for The Specialist Lending Virtual Expo are limited. Brokers can find out full details and register for the event, using this link: https://bit.ly/3x4dRtH
Michelle Westley, Head of Marketing at Brightstar Financial, said: “We have conducted research amongst brokers to understand what they want to hear about and we’ve put a lot of thought into developing a programme of content that can make a tangible difference to broker businesses. The Specialist Lending Virtual Expo will deliver product and market information and education, with insights into how brokers can spot and make the most of opportunities. It is a strictly ‘no sales pitch zone’ and all of our expert speakers will be promoting increased broker knowledge, rather than their own businesses. We are confident this will be a must-attend event, but places are limited to get in quickly and register now.”