FP Show 2021 mainstage conference programme revealed

The FP Show has announced the official programme for this year’s mainstage conference, held in association with Precise Mortgages and InterBay Commercial.

Throughout the CPD-accredited event, guests will have the opportunity to hear experts from various specialist finance lenders and brokers — including Allica Bank, Together, Masthaven, HTB, Master Private Finance, MT Finance and more — discuss a range of topics relevant to the industry.

The event is free to attend, but registration is required.

The event will start off at 10:30 with a panel debate, during which Rob Jupp, CEO at The Brightstar Group; Emily Machin, head of specialist finance at OSB; Alice Wiliams, director at Pilot Fish; Piragash Sivanesan, MD at Totum Finance; Juliet Baboolal, partner at Seddons; and Stephen Todd, co-founder and CCO at VAS Group, will discuss the prospect of a specialist finance qualification for brokers.

This will be followed by a series of speeches and panel debates on various topics, including:

  • the future of work and real estate 
  • maximising opportunities in BTL
  • building better and greener
  • SME business lending update
  • the rise in regulated bridging

The full agenda can be viewed on the official FP Show 2021 website.

The FP Show will be held on 10th November in the West Level One Hall at Olympia Central in London between 9:30am and 4:30pm.

In addition, guests can also attend a range of 30-minute, CPD-accredited masterclasses, which were announced in September.

Speaking ahead of the event, Rob said: “The FP show is always a great event, providing delegates with an opportunity to speak to exhibitors and engage with some of the key industry issues in the conference programme. 

“In the Big Debate we’ll be discussing whether we need a qualification in the specialist finance market to help brokers to evidence understanding, aptitude and experience in dealing with more complex product types. 

“This has been a long-running question and it’s bound to be a lively debate. I’d encourage anyone with an interest in the growth and development of this market to get involved.”

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