Sesame has today announced it will run a series of mortgage seminars to update advisers on its mortgage service and to give an insight into recent regulatory and product developments.
The seminars will be attended by a number of lenders who will present a range of topics including buy-to-let and sub-prime mortgages.
Sesame says the objective of the seminars is to help advisers maintain and improve their advice to clients by giving the latest information on the mortgage market.
Topics to be covered at the events include an update on Sesame’s mortgage proposition, how to take advantage of opportunities in the protection market while treating customers fairly, and the benefits of selling general insurance.
John Cupis, head of mortgages and general insurance at Sesame, comments: “These events provide an excellent opportunity to update advisers on the latest market developments and new sales ideas. As one of the UK’s biggest mortgage service providers, it is a good example of how Sesame is using its scale and expertise to deliver comprehensive face-to-face training and development support.”
There will be a total of 22 seminars taking place across the country, with the first two set to take place in Crawley and Shrewsbury on 2 October.
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