Roundtable

B&C to host second filmed roundtable event




This week, Bridging & Commercial will be hosting its second filmed roundtable event in association with Watson Farley & Williams.

The invitation-only roundtable — which is supported by Hampshire Trust Bank and United Trust Bank — will be held on Friday 5th April at Watson Farley & Williams’ offices at 15 Appold Street, London.

The agenda will include discussions on what events and circumstances could alter the BTL and specialist mortgage sectors and the potential impact this could have on exits in the bridging market.

Alex Searle, sales director at Hampshire Trust Bank; and Gavin Diamond, commercial director of bridging at United Trust Bank; will be joined by Ranjeev Kumar, partner at Watson Farley & Williams.

Also in attendance will be four specialist finance brokers: Kim McGinley, director at VIBE Finance; Kevin Thomson, sales director at Connect for Intermediaries; Andrea Juniper, director at Only Bridging; and Simon Das, managing director at 978 Bridging.

The roundtable will be chaired by Bridging & Commercial’s editor Beth Fisher. 

The attendees will also discuss how the residential bridging and semi-commercial mortgages/BTL markets need to work together in a changing and competitive sector.

The 45-minute session will be filmed and published as a 10-minute highlights reel on Bridging & Commercial later this month on the Roundtables page.

Bridging & Commercial will be continuing its series of filmed roundtable sessions throughout 2019.

If you are interested in getting involved with any of these events and would like to suggest topics, please contact Bridging & Commercial’s editor Beth Fisher at [email protected] or on 0203 818 0165.

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