Mortgage Business Expo (MBE) Leeds is now open for brokers, IFAs and financial intermediaries to register for the event on Thursday 30th April at the Royal Armouries.
CPD accredited seminars and panel debates will feature at the Leeds Expo and these will be announced soon. Leading industry experts giving insight into the latest topics affecting the mortgage, property finance and later life lending markets will be presenting at the Expo.
There is already significant support from exhibitors for the Leeds Expo with exhibitors including Shawbrook Bank, Landbay, Keystone Property Finance, the Beverley Building Society and Stonebridge Group. They will be on hand to assist intermediaries with their latest products and services to help them grow business levels. Other major financial companies are also lined up to exhibit at the event.
The MBE is the longest established and the most well respected Expos, and due to the ongoing success of the Leeds Expo, they return to the Royal Armouries. It’s the ideal place for finance professionals to meet with lenders, retirement planning companies and specialist providers of commercial and bridging finance for property development.
Registration for visitors is free and they will have the opportunity to directly discuss the finance and planning needs for their clients with major financial brands such as building societies, specialist lenders and retirement planning providers.
Mike Mikunda, from MBE commented: “We’re very pleased to be returning to Leeds for another event. With a strong finance community in Yorkshire, it will be beneficial for brokers, IFAs and introducers to talk directly with specialist lenders and service providers about their latest products. It’s going to be a very well attended Expo and I would encourage those in the region involved in finance to register for free now.”
" Its going to be a very well attended Expo and I would encourage those in the region involved in finance to register for free now."
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