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The Scotland Mortgage Dinner is the biggest evening networking event for senior mortgage professionals in Scotland. With over 200 attendees from the country's leading building societies, banks, lending, brokers and intermediaries, the Dinner is a key date in UK Finance's portfolio and a real highlight of the calendar for decision makers across the Scottish mortgage industry.
Kevin Stewart MSP, Minister for Local Government, Housing and Planning will be joining us for the evening and will be providing our keynote address.
We hope that you will join us for an evening of great food, drink, entertainment and unrivalled industry networking.
There are only a handful of tables still available, so early booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.
UK Finance is committed to diversity across all its engagements, we would ask you to please consider carefully the composition of the table when booking.
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Whilst we make every effort to ensure all dietary requirements and allergies are catered for, no allergen or nutritional information should be considered a guarantee. Therefore, if you have a severe allergenic condition which may be triggered by traces of allergens, UK Finance can not accept any liability should you decided to consume the food prepared. If you would like further information about the ingredients used, please ask a member of catering staff.
Senior Adviser, UK Finance
In her part time role as Senior Advisor Jackie uses her 20 years of experience in the mortgage industry to support the personal finance, mortgage and ...
In her part time role as Senior Advisor Jackie uses her 20 years of experience in the mortgage industry to support the personal finance, mortgage and housing work of UK Finance. She was Director of Mortgages at UK Finance between 2018 and 2020. Between 2001 and 2014 Jackie worked at Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML), one of the bodies integrated into UK Finance in July 2017. She was Head of Policy at CML for 10 years, delivering on a number of key initiatives related to mortgage regulation and vulnerable customers. Immediately prior to joining UK Finance, Jackie worked for two different mortgage lenders in senior compliance roles. She also served as Deputy Manager for property and household at Association of British Insurers (ABI), having spent her early career working in a variety of police and criminal policy roles at the Home Office. In June 2010, Jackie was awarded an OBE for services to the financial services industry in the Queen's birthday honours list.
Chair, Lloyds Banking Group
Douglas Cochrane has worked for Lloyds Banking Group for 40 years in a variety of senior retail management and relationship positions, currently speci...
Douglas Cochrane has worked for Lloyds Banking Group for 40 years in a variety of senior retail management and relationship positions, currently specialising in the new-build and affordable housing markets having started his career in the then Halifax Building Society in Glasgow. He is chair of UK Finance, mortgages, Scotland policy committee and a member of the NHBC's Scottish Committee and their National Council. Douglas is a regular contributor to debates on housing supply and quality at central and the devolved government.
Before his election to the Scottish Parliament, he was previously the Depute Leader of Aberdeen City Council and served as a local councillor for more...
Before his election to the Scottish Parliament, he was previously the Depute Leader of Aberdeen City Council and served as a local councillor for more than eleven years. As a councillor, he chaired the Finance and Resources Committee and the North East of Scotland's Regional Transport Partnership, NESTRANS.
Kevin has served in the Scottish Parliament as the member for Aberdeen Central since 2011. He was the Convenor of the Local Government and Regeneration Committee in the last Parliament and sat on the Welfare Reform and Justice Sub-Committee on Policing.
Cancer Research UK are the only cancer charity in the UK that tackles all different types of cancer, over 200 hundred of them. We receive no governmen...
Cancer Research UK are the only cancer charity in the UK that tackles all different types of cancer, over 200 hundred of them. We receive no government funding. We are however, making major advances, In the 1970s, only 1 in 2 people survived cancer for more than 10 years, through life saving research those statistics have risen to 2 in 4 people, but we want to accelerate that to 3 in 4 by the year 2034. Our ambition to do this will be achieved through these key areas - early diagnosis, developing new treatments and optimising current treatments by personalising them and making them even more effective.
Last year in Scotland alone CRUK spent over £34 million on research. It is vital that we continue to fund this research - every day in Scotland 88 people are diagnosed with cancer, it is Scotland's biggest killer with 44 people dying each day from this disease.
This is why the support from BBCD events are vital. The event began 4years ago when a few business ladies came together and felt the need for companies/organizations to really get behind and support Cancer Research UK. The Board grew organically over the first year. Each member had real commitment to drive it forward and brought something different to the team, depending on their area of expertise. Everyone contributed with ideas, suggestions and utilising their networks. Glasgow BBCD has become the flagship for this CRUK event - we are now seeing other dinners rolling out throughout the UK. Working towards Glasgow's 5th event on the 27th February 2020 means that we are striving to do the best that we can, we would love to make this a year to remember and continue the fantastic work that has raised over £275,000 to date for life-saving research.
CEOs, MDs, Heads of Mortgages from the region's leading lenders, as well as senior executives from the intermediary and broker market.