22 April 2016
|Time:||12:15pm – 3:30pm|
|Venue:||Lancaster London Hotel|
|Price:||£1500 +VAT table of 10
£165 +VAT single ticket members
|£2150 +VAT table of 10
£225 +VAT single ticket non-members
About this event
The CML annual lunch is a key date in the mortgage industry calendar and attracts over 600 attendees for a perfect mix of knowledge-gathering and networking.
We are delighted that Chief Executive of Taylor Wimpey, Pete Redfern gave the keynote address at the lunch. With home ownership at its lowest level for nearly three decades, Pete is leading an independent review of the housing market. The Redfern Review set up by shadow housing minister John Healey MP, will analyse the root causes of the decline of home ownership in the UK.
Organisations who attended the lunch included:
- Aldermore Bank PLC
- BancTec Ltd
- Bank of Ireland
- Belmont Green
- Capita Mortgage Services Ltd
- Castle Trust Capital plc
- Connells Group
- Coventry Building Society
- CRL Management Ltd
- Darlington Building Society
- Drainage and Water Searches Network Limited (DWSN)
- Eversheds LLP
- Fleet Mortgages Ltd
- Foundation Home Loans
- Genworth Financial Mortgage Insurance
- Investec Private Bank
- Landmark Quest
- Lloyds Banking Group
- LSL Property Services plc
- Mishcon de Reya LLP
- MyHomeMove Ltd
- Nationwide Building Society
- One Savings Bank plc
- Optima Legal
- Pepper (UK) Ltd
- Phoebus Software Ltd
- Rockstead Ltd
- Rosling King LLP
- Skipton Building Society
- Sutherland Mortgage Services
- Templeton LPA
- The Royal Bank of Scotland
- TLT LLP
- TSB Bank plc
1215 - 1300
1300 - 1330
All seated for welcome speeches
CML Chair's welcome: Peter Hill, Chief Executive, Leeds Building Society
Keynote address: Pete Redfern, Chief Executive, Taylor Wimpey plc
Sponsor's welcome: Peter Rogerson, Commercial Director Mortgages, Virgin Money
1330 - 1500
Lunch is served
Pressed roast and smoked Suffolk chicken terrine, warm red onion and Somerset brie tart, Lancaster London smoked Scottish salmon, pea shoot salad and citrus dressing (Vegetarian option: Red onion and Somerset brie tart, smoked aubergine filled piquillo pepper, roasted courgette, pea shoot salad and citrus dressing)
Roasted lamb rump, fondant potato, garden pea mash, baby carrot, wilted spinach, confit cherry tomato, thyme jus (Vegetarian option: Gratin of wild mushroom gnocchi, broad bean, grilled king oyster mushroom with a light tomato cream sauce)
Fresh fig and English raspberry treacle sponge, lemon curd ice-cream, raspberry crisp
Hoopenburg Chenin Blanc, 2014
Quinta Denidela Tempranillo, Bodegas Gallegas, 2014
Prize draw in aid of Depaul and lunch concludes
The CML will not use the details of your guests for anything other than the creating of the delegate list for this event. The delegate list - containing names and organisations only - will be issued in advance to table bookers, single ticket holders and the sponsor(s) but will not be released to anyone else. Contact details will never be shared with third parties.
Chief Executive, Taylor Wimpey
Appointed as a Director and to the post of Chief Executive in July 2007. Pete was previously Group Chief Executive of George Wimpey Plc and, before that, successively held the posts of Finance Director and Chief Executive of George Wimpey’s UK Housing business. He is a non executive director and member of the remuneration committee of Travis Perkins plc, a Trustee of the homelessness charity Crisis and a member of the board of the Home Builders Federation.
Chief Executive, Leeds Building Society
Peter Hill started his career in banking with one of the high street banks, NatWest, in 1979. Initially working in branches, his career progressed through area and regional offices and covered a wide range of disciplines. After a spell working in the City, he returned to branch banking and, prior to joining Leeds Building Society in 2001, he had responsibility for the NatWest branch network in Yorkshire, the North East and Scotland.
Initially appointed as General Manager, Sales at Leeds Building Society, in 2004 Peter became Director of Operations and joined the Board as Operations Director in 2006. For 7 years, he had responsibility for the smooth running of the Society’s operations areas which include Customer Services, Mortgage Lending and Technology.
Peter formally took over as Chief Executive of Leeds Building Society on 10th August 2011, and is only the 7th Chief Executive of the Society’s 136 year history. He is a member of the Council of Mortgage Lenders Executive and Chairman’s Committees, Chairman of the Northern Association of Building Societies and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Commercial Director Mortgages, Virgin Money
Peter Rogerson is the Commercial Director for Mortgages at Virgin Money. He is responsible for the mortgage strategy and the Intermediary sales function and has been at Virgin Money since it took on the Northern Rock business. Peter has been in the financial services industry for 30 years in a variety of commercial roles. Whilst his main home is in Manchester he has become an honorary Geordie based at Virgin Money's office in Newcastle. He is passionate about improving the customer proposition and believes that the next generation deserve the same opportunities that he received when he first bought a home.
With a powerful brand, strong balance sheet, customer-focused culture and experienced Executive team, we have created a business which delivers our unique approach to banking to over three million customers.
We are a strong, uncomplicated retail-only bank which is primarily focused on providing residential mortgages, savings and credit cards. We also offer a range of investment and insurance products and have rolled out our essential current account.
Virgin Money is a growing UK mortgage lender. Gross mortgage lending grew by 29% and net mortgage lending increased by 54% for the full year 2015, compared to the same period in 2014, while mortgage balances at 31 December 2015 had grown to £25.5 billion.
Every year Depaul UK supports around 3,700 of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged young people in the country.
We offer them emergency overnight and long term supported accommodation, accompanied with specialist support. This includes employability skills, health and housing advice and money management training – helping to provide the life skills and knowledge that these young people need to move beyond homelessness.
Our vision is that every young person has a place to call home and we make it our mission to offer homeless and disadvantaged young people the opportunity to move into stable accommodation, fulfil their potential and move towards an independent and positive future. People exactly like Sam, who found himself homeless after his relationship with his parents broke down:
“The help from Depaul was amazing. Coming to Westbourne hostel has affected my whole life for the better. The encouragement, the support and backing from Depaul has made an immense difference on shaping my future in society. Thanks to the help from Depaul I have come so far and have just started University, beginning a new positive chapter in my life.”
Prize draw donors
BM Solutions and Halifax
Case of wine
Fortnum & Mason hamper
Nearest tube station:
Lancaster Gate (Central line)
Nearest overground station:
Paddington (5 minute walk)