MBE's 10th anniversary details revealed

MBE's 10th anniversary details revealed


The Mortgage Business Expo (MBE), which takes place this year on November 16 and 17 at Olympia 2, not only looks set to be the biggest so far, but is also the celebration of a milestone – the tenth anniversary of the MBE.

James Prosser, Show Director at the Mortgage Business Expo, said of the achievement: “So much has happened during those ten years that we could be forgiven for thinking that we are operating in a completely new industry from the one that existed back then.

“There have obviously been huge peaks and troughs during that time and I am often reminded of the phrase, ‘Whatever doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger’, when I look back over the past few years, particularly since the onset and fallout from the credit crunch.

“However, in this tenth year of Expo, there is much to be positive about and on November 16 and 17 the UK’s largest exhibition for the financial intermediary market will take place once again.”

The event is once more supported by the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI), who will be offering their free seminar programme to all attendees. There will also be the chance for intermediaries to listen to industry experts explain their vision in key areas such as:

-      The future of the economy

-       What to look for in a network
-      Marketing and lead generation

-      Information and support on accessing alternative business streams such as equity release and buy-to-let.

There will be more than 100 exhibitors active in, both the residential and commercial sectors, bridging lenders, technology companies and networks, alongside other major mainstream industry players including Nationwide for Intermediaries, Santander and Northern Rock.

James Prosser continued, “Our tenth year gives us an opportune time to look back at what has happened to the market, but more importantly, it provides the chance to understand what future opportunities are available in order to help grow and develop in this recovering market.

“I would therefore urge all intermediaries to register for their free place by visiting


By Jason McGee-Abe

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