TMA Club is calling on advisers to register for its 2020 ELEVATE conference as soon as possible.
The conference is open to all advisers interested in learning more about the current happenings in the market, the impact of the Covid-19 crisis and what the focuses are for lenders and brokers.
This year’s event will take place online on Wednesday 25 November.
Attendees will hear from three industry leaders::
- Jeremy Duncombe, managing director at Accord Mortgages
- Trevor Head, director, senior protection specialist at AIG Life
- Roger Morris, group director at OneSavings Bank
The event will also feature a “mystery keynote and motivational speaker”, who will deliver a session designed to empower advisers to play to their strengths, embrace the current opportunities in the market and tackle the current adversity and change they face during Covid-19.
Attendees will be able to listen to several panel discussions on the protection, mainstream and specialist lending markets, led by TMA’s development director, Lisa Martin; AMI’s chief executive, Robert Sinclair, and TMA’s senior product & business manager, Rob McCoy.
The event is CPD accredited and those who attend will be provided with an electronic CPD certificate following the session.
Advisers interested in attending can register here.
Martin said: “We are really excited for this year’s ‘ELEVATE’ conference. Providing advisers with the knowledge and tools they need in order to succeed is what drives us at TMA – particularly in the current climate.
“We are confident that attendees will walk away from the various sessions more knowledgeable on the current issues and trends within the market, as well as tangible ideas to put into practice within their own firms. For anyone looking to boost their knowledge of the current market or share best practice with their fellow peers, this is the event for them.
“At TMA we recognise the importance of events such as these for delivering important market updates and preparing advisers for any challenges that they may face. We are sure that the event will be a great success and we hope to see as many attendees as possible on Wednesday.”