Events

Knowledge sharing and educational events for building societies that increase awareness of business issues and provide the tools and skills that industry professionals need to develop their roles. Many of our events are open to other mortgage lenders and product providers. 

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A practical guide to Digital Identity

26 May 2021

Online course

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This course will allow attendees to learn about the legal and technological underpinning for Digital ID and verification. 

Mortgage underwriting course

09 June 2021

Online course

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This new virtual course has been designed to equip underwriters with the knowledge required to carry out their role effectively.

Preparing for successful regulatory visits

16 June 2021

Online course

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This online course is especially helpful for those who have not yet experienced a regulatory visit or have a critical visit approaching...

Lending in later life course

22 June 2021

Online course

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For Mortgage Advisers to understand the wider implications and possibilities for customers looking to raise money in later life.

Mental Health First Aid training

24 June 2021

Online course

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 This course complements the development of the mental health wellbeing strategy and support within your workplace.

How can Open Banking and Open Finance work for mutuals?

24 June 2021

Webinar

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This virtual event will focus on the current state of play with Open Banking and how firms are already using it.

Fast start webinar for new directors

29 June 2021

Webinar

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This event will be important for anyone who has recently joined a BSA member’s board.

An introduction to treasury management

07 July 2021

Online course

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Provides an overview of treasury operations specifically within building societies and the regulatory environment. 

Treasury risk management

14 July 2021

Online course

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An overview of the financial / balance sheet risks a building society faces and how they're managed by the treasury function.