FP Show 2021 introduces masterclasses on products

The Finance Professional Show has announced that it will host a series of masterclasses at this year’s event on November 10.


Over the course of the 30 minutes, in-depth presentations accredited by the DPC, lenders and providers will share expert advice, case studies and advice on specific products to groups of up to 15 participants.

Masterclasses held throughout the day will cover product areas including:

  • non-standard BTL loan
  • commercial gateway
  • the SDJ sales guarantee
  • commercial mortgages
  • term bridge
  • renovation loan
  • development more powered by LDS

Lenders who have partnered with the exhibition to host these sessions are Together, Yorkshire Building Society, Glenhawk, Roma Finance, Blend Network, Octane Capital and LDS.

Speaking ahead of the event, Marc Goldberg, Commercial CEO of Together, said: “The FP Show masterclasses are a fantastic opportunity for brokers to hear industry professionals talk about their topics of expertise and give a valuable insight into market opportunities.

“It will be a forum for them to ask tough questions of the country’s leading specialist lenders and a chance for brokers to learn about our own proposals, processes and criteria.”

Steve Smith, National Sales Director at Roma Finance, added: “We are delighted to come to the FP Show and meet again with brokers, peers and colleagues from across the industry; we really missed seeing people face to face.

“In the Roma Finance Futures Gateway Masterclass, we will highlight the benefits of this innovative product and how it can help your clients.

“We’ll take a look at who is best suited for the transition and under what circumstances it can work successfully, and we’ll talk to you about our submission process as well as answer any questions you have. “

Those interested in participating in these masterclasses can do so without the need to pre-book, by simply registering to attend the one-day event.

Further masterclasses and the main stage lecture program are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

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