15 November 2016
|Time:||12:45pm – 4:15pm|
|Venue:||CML, Bush House, London|
About this event
This interactive masterclass was facilitated by the Financial Ombudsman Service and covered key issues connected with mortgage complaints. These included fair handling of arrears when customers are in financial difficulty and problems when mortgagees don’t have the means to redeem interest only loans.
Case studies were utilised at the event and the opportunity was provided for conversations with ombudsmen about current challenges and complaints issues. The ombudsmen shared their insight and answered questions to assist in the resolving of disputes quickly and fairly.
This masterclass was a repeat of the morning session - the content for both sessions was the same.
- How the ombudsman has developed to help resolve disputes more quickly
- Fair outcomes to complaints involving mortgage arrears
- Dealing with issues surrounding financial hardship
- Interest only loans and end of term complications.
This event was aimed at:
Anyone working in complaints handling or customer service roles, including compliance and risk, customer relations, root cause analysts and conduct.
CML member rate: £55 (VAT exempt)
CML associate rate: £99 (VAT exempt
Non-member rate: £129 (VAT exempt)
*This event was closed to press*
|1245 - 1330||
Registration and lunch
|1330 - 1615||
The key to mortgage complaints
A refreshment and comfort break will be provided during the masterclass
Content delivered by
Set up by Parliament, the Financial Ombudsman Service is the UK’s official expert in sorting out problems with financial services.
If a business and a customer can’t resolve a complaint themselves, we can give an unbiased answer about what’s happened. If we decide someone’s been treated unfairly, we have legal powers to put things right.
P: 020 7964 1000
Council of Mortgage Lenders
3rd Floor Bush House, North West Wing
London WC2B 4PJ
(Owing to building works, would visitors please note that the main entrance to the North West Wing will be closed temporarily with effect from 3rd October 2016. Visitors should enter via the colonnade to the left of the building.)
Nearest tube stations:
Holborn (Piccadilly and Central lines)
Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern lines)
Waterloo (Jubilee, Waterloo & City, Northern and Bakerloo lines)
Nearest overground station:
Waterloo (Connects to Jubilee, Waterloo & City, Northern and Bakerloo lines)