UK Finance’s flagship Mortgage Dinner returns on 12 December 2023 at the Hilton London Bankside, London.

The largest networking event for mortgage lenders, building societies, banks, brokers and intermediaries, the Annual Mortgage Dinner is an event not to be missed. It is a fantastic opportunity to bring together hundreds of decision makers to recognise the power of the strong relationships, professional networks and cross-market collaboration that have helped deliver many of the positive outcomes of the past year.

Please contact the Events Team to book a table or single tickets

If you would like to support this event and receive complementary tickets and on-site branding opportunities, please contact Darren Jeyasingam.

Dress code:

Black tie (but not essential - be comfortable!)

Agenda:

Tuesday 12 December 2023

  • 18:30   Drinks reception
  • 19:30   Guests called for dinner
  • 19:45   Guests seated for dinner and speeches
  • 20:00   Dinner is served
  • 21:45   Charity prize draw
  • 00.00   Carriages

Table pricing:

Single Ticket Prices:

£300 (+VAT) - Members and Associate Members
£450 (+VAT) - Non-member

Table Ticket (10 Seats) Prices:

£2,700 (+ VAT) - Members and Associate Members
£4,050 (+ VAT) - Non-member

Previous organisation in attendance include:

Aberdein Considine
Aldermore Bank
Ascent Performance Group
Barclays Bank Plc
Board MIT
Bonafidee Ltd
Bovill
Cambridge Building Society
Capco
Capita Plc
Castle Trust Bank
Climate X
Computershare
Connells
Countrywide
Coventry Building Society
Digilytics
e.surv Chartered Surveyors
Even
Eversheds Sutherland
Finova
Fortrum
Generation Home
Grant Thornton UK LLP
GroundSure Ltd
Hampshire Trust Bank Plc
Hometrack Data Systems Ltd
Interpolitan Money
Investec Bank Plc
Jade Software Corporation UK Ltd
Johnston Carmichael Scotland LLP
Kamma
Landbay
Leeds Building Society
Legal & General Surveying Services
Legal Marketing Services Limited
Lendinvest Ltd
Lightfoots LLP
Lloyds Banking Group - BM Solutions
Lloyds Banking Group - Halifax Intermediaries
LSL Property Services plc
Metro Bank Plc
MIAC Analytics Ltd
Moore Barlow
Moray Legal
Mphasis
Nationwide Building Society
NatWest Group Plc
Netcall Technology Limited
Nottingham Building Society
Optima Legal Services Limited
OSB Group
Paragon Banking  Group
Phoebus Software Limited
Property Exchange Australia LTD
Resistant AI
Ridgelink Limited
Rockstead Ltd
Rosling King LLP
Shoosmiths LLP
Skipton Building Society
The Mortgage Lender 
The Phoenix Group
TLT 
United Trust Bank
Valunation
Vida Homeloans
Virgin Money UK Plc
Walker Morris LLP
Ward Hadaway
Wilson Nesbitt
Zephyr Homeloans

 

 

 

Area of expertise:
Charles Roe

Charles Roe

Director of Mortgages, UK Finance

Charles has over 25 years financial services experience and joined UK Finance in August 2020. As Director of Mortgages he has overall responsibility f...

Charles has over 25 years financial services experience and joined UK Finance in August 2020. As Director of Mortgages he has overall responsibility for delivering the mortgage policy work of UK Finance.

Prior to joining UK Finance, Charles was Executive Director and Chief Risk Officer at The Nottingham Building Society where he was accountable for designing and implementing the Society’s risk strategy and framework. Charles brings with him a wealth of experience including time as a director in the Regulatory Financial Services Practice at Grant Thornton LLP and 11 years regulation and compliance experience at the FCA. Whilst at the FCA, Charles was Head of Department for the mortgage sector, where he developed the FCA’s approach to the supervision of the UK mortgage market and oversaw the implementation of both the Mortgage Market Review and Mortgage Credit Directive.

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akt

akt

akt is the national LGBTQ+ youth homelessness charity, providing safe homes and better futures for LGBTQ+ young people. Almost a quarter of ...

akt is the national LGBTQ+ youth homelessness charity, providing safe homes and better futures for LGBTQ+ young people. Almost a quarter of all young people facing or experiencing homelessness identify as LGBTQ+, and 78% of those cite rejection or abuse from their families, as the reason behind this. 

The charity was set up in Manchester in 1989 and has since opened its doors in London, Newcastle and Bristol, and now provides digital services across the country. In just under 35 years, akt has provided more than 250,000 nights off the street and supported over 50,000 LGBTQ+ young people at risk of or experiencing homelessness.

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  • CEOs
  • CCOs
  • COOs
  • MDs
  • Senior Managers
  • Analysts
  • Directors
  • Heads of Mortgages'

Table pricing:

Member Table: £2,700 + VAT

Non-member Table: £4,050 + VAT

Annual Mortgage Dinner 2023 tableplan