Thursday, 2nd February 2017
Sixty One Whitehall, London SW1A 2ET
THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED
Delegates at this conference will consider key priorities ahead for the mortgage industry.
The discussion is timed to facilitate engagement on the FCA’s recently launched market study on competition in the mortgage sector - which focuses on ensuring consumers have the tools to make effective decisions, and the impact of commercial arrangements between lenders, brokers and other stakeholders in the mortgage supply chain.
The conference is further timed to consider the impact of the Basel Committee’s finalised guidance on a range of new regulatory measures, and their implications for the financial stability of the mortgage sector, as well as current reforms to the buy-to-let mortgage sector - including new powers for the Financial Policy Committee to address risks in the sector.
Alongside latest challenges for developing competition, innovation and stability across the sector, delegates will have the opportunity to engage on the long-term impact of the EU referendum result for the future development of the market - including possible implications for transaction volumes, interest rates and the housing market, as well as mortgage pricing and lending appetite.
Speakers and other delegates are expected to be a senior and informed group including Members of both Houses of Parliament, senior UK and European officials, together with banks, building societies and mortgage lenders, financial advisors, business groups, charities, academics, lawyers, consumer groups, as well as members of the national and trade press.