Trigold is looking for broker feedback on the equity release market as it seeks to expand its range of services.
The mortgage sourcing software provider is looking to launch an equity release proposition and is seeking input from advisers on how it can meet their needs.
Advisers are being asked to fill in a short survey, available here, on how they see the market developing, and the kind of technology they will need to enhance their equity release business.
Trigold is also looking into barriers to entry in the industry, such as qualifications and compliance issues, and says it may add to its business academy programme if there is significant demand for additional training.
David Aylmer, business development and marketing director of Trigold, says: “We believe that a high proportion of advisers will have existing clients who will be reaching retirement age over the next 5 years with reasonable projected levels of equity in their homes.
“If this is a market that advisers should be gearing up to target then we’re working to ensure we support this.”
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