Complete hosts National Specialist Lending Forum


Tony Salentino

With buy to let and lending into retirement so much in the spotlight, Complete FS, the Hampshire based packager and distributor, is hosting a specialist lending forum to show brokers where the next opportunities in these sectors lie and hear from industry insiders about the future prospects for the industry.

According to Complete FS Director, Tony Salentino, this is a ‘not to be missed’ chance to hear about the latest innovations in the market and future trends from some of its best lenders, as well as getting an idea of how the market will be affected by the changing financial landscape, including the very recent changes to HMO licensing laws. the growing trend towards Limited Company portfolio structures and the more positive attitude to later life lending.

The date is the 4th December at St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton.

The event starts at 9.30am and ends at 2.30pm and registration is through the Complete FS website.

Lenders who have confirmed attendance so far include Alternative Bridging Corporation, Axis Bank, Bluestone Mortgages, Family BS, Foundation Home Loans, Harpenden BS, Kensington Mortgages, Landbay, Magellan Homeloans, Pepper Money, Precise Mortgages, Tipton & Coseley BS, Together and The Mortgage Lender.

Tony Salentino, pictured, commented:

“We believe that there are great opportunities in 2019 for advisers to make BTL and later life lending a significant and profitable part of their services proposition, if they know where to look. For example, earlier this month, with Complete FS’s expertise and close working lender relationships, one of our introducers completed a property portfolio lender switch to Limited Company status with a loan of £21 million on behalf of a customer.

We believe that advisers can make a real positive impact for their customers by being able to spot where there is a demand for cutting edge advice in these sectors and would urge all brokers, with an interest in seeking out the best future strategies for their businesses, to register and come along on the day.”