Specialist Lending Events
At the 2017 Specialist Lending Events, expert speakers will address the latest developments in those niche areas such as complex buy to let, second charge lending, bridging, commercial lending and the self-employed market. A panel of the main specialist mortgage distributors and lenders will discuss the pressing issues of the day and invite questions from the audience.
Damien Druce, our BDM for Manchester, will be speaking at the Specialist Lending Event on January 24th in Harrogate, January 25th in Cheshire and January 31st in Birmingham.
Matthew Tooth, our Chief Commercial Officer, will be speaking at the Specialist Lending Event on February 1st in London.
Tue, 24 Jan 2017 - Wed, 1 Feb 2017
Harrogate, Cheshire, Birmingham and London
Damien Druce Business Development Manager, LendInvest
Damien Druce is Business Development Manager at LendInvest based in Greater Manchester. Damien source deals in the Northern England property market and builds LendInvest’s profile among his deep network of regional intermediaries. Damien joined LendInvest in 2016 from Castle Trust where he was National Development Manager. Previously he was Head of Distribution & Development at Crystal Specialist Finance. An active contributor to his local community, Damien served as a Councillor for Cheshire East Borough Council for a number of years until 2015.
Matthew Tooth Chief Commercial Officer, LendInvest
Matthew Tooth is Chief Commercial Officer at LendInvest. Drawing on 20 years’ financial services experience, Matt is responsible for improving LendInvest’s distribution channels and processes that are used to bring on board borrowers, brokers and investors. Matthew joined LendInvest in 2015 from IG Group, the global online trading platform. During 15 years at IG Group, Matthew held several senior management roles including Interim CFO and, most recently, Business Development Director where he oversaw Group-level product and country launches. During Matthew’s time at IG Group, the company was transformed from a privately-owned business generating £20 million of annual revenues, to a FTSE 250 financial technology leader (£2.7 billion market cap.) with 125,000 clients globally.