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KEY RETIREMENT GROUP EXTENDS MORTGAGE BROKER BACKING

  • Equity release takes centre stage at the Bristol MBE event

Key Retirement Group is extending its support for mortgage advisers by backing Mortgage Business Expo at the Bristol event focusing on equity release lending and advice.

The leading over-55s finance specialist will be analysing trends and prospects in the equity release market, which saw year-on-year growth in plan sales and property wealth released of up to 58% in the first three months of 2017 at the event in the Bristol City Centre Marriott Hotel on June 6th.

Key Retirement Group companies equity release referral business Key Partnerships and lender more 2 life will be exhibiting at the event and experts from the teams will be on hand to discuss current trends and opportunities in the expanding sector.

Jason Ruse, head of Key Partnerships will be leading a seminar on ‘Equity Release: the opportunity and the bigger picture’ analysing the trends driving growth in the equity release market.

In addition, he will be highlighting why those advising on equity release must focus on the “Bigger Picture” by exploring the benefits of simplified client underwriting for lifetime mortgages. The presentation will be looking at business opportunities for advisers whether they are directly advising clients, and also if they are referring business to specialists.

Dean Mirfin, technical director at Key Retirement, said: “Equity release continues to be one of the most popular topics in the mortgage market. At the MBE we hope to reinforce how equity release can help brokers and advisers to grow their own businesses as well as support clients.”

Sessions start from 10.20 am and run to 3pm and all attendees will earn Chartered Insurance Institute CPD points for attending seminars. The 40-plus exhibitors at the event will include major lenders plus distributors, systems providers, networks and trade bodies.