Mortgage Business Expo (MBE) London on 16th October at the Barbican will feature a keynote presentation by the Bank of England.
Rob Elder of the Bank of England will present on the Bank’s latest economic forecasts and the outlook for interest rates. With the economic and political landscape so much in the spotlight, and with Brexit currently planned for 31st October, this will be a presentation not to be missed.
CPD accredited seminars will also feature keynote speeches by leading industry figures and panel debates with market experts and influencers.
Free registration is now open and visitors will have the opportunity to directly discuss the finance and planning needs for their clients with major financial brands such as building societies, specialist lenders and retirement planning providers.
The MBE is the longest established and the most well respected Expos, and due to the ongoing success of the London Expo, they return to the Barbican. It’s the ideal place for finance professionals to meet with lenders, retirement planning companies and specialist providers of commercial and bridging finance for property development.
Mike Mikunda from MBE commented: “We are delighted to once again have a high profile speaker from the Bank of England at an MBE Expo, particularly at this important time for the economy and Brexit. It will certainly be a presentation a lot of people will want to attend.
“The London Expo allows brokers, IFAs and introducers to talk directly with lenders and service providers about their latest products. This, along with an exciting seminar programme, mean it’s gearing up to be another excellent Expo.”
"We are delighted to once again have a high profile speaker from the Bank of England at an MBE Expo, particularly at this important time for the economy and Brexit. "
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