The Mortgage Prisoners issue; and why urgent action is needed


Tuesday, November 1st from 6pm - 7:30pm BST.


Online via Zoom - you will be provided the Zoom link you need when you book your place.


There'll be a great line-up of speakers plus ample scope for discussion and debate.

Why You Should Attend...

TTF is firmly of the view that the “mortgage prisoners” are being treated in a grotesquely unfair way. 

They are paying an enormous price for the government’s awful decision to sell their mortgages to organisations without carrying out sufficient checks on how they would be treated, thus failing to ensure they would continue to have access to fixed rates and new products. 

As a consequence, they are trapped in deals that are woefully disadvantageous.

We imagine that a great deal of money has been made by many people as a consequence of the mortgage book sales and we see no justification for the government’s failure to protect the interests of the completely innocent victims of financial exploitation by unscrupulous and exploitative firms.

This symposium will focus on  the devastating recent developments in relation to the interest rate hikes that have turned an already bad situation into a living nightmare for thousands of people.

We’ll also be learning about the latest campaign by UK Mortgage Prisoners Group alongside the APPG on Mortgage Prisoners to see amendments to the Financial Services & Markets Bill that would bring about the reforms that are desperately needed. 

Here’s some recent coverage about related issues:

Here's the programme so far...

Andy Agathangelou

Founder, Transparency Task Force; Governor, Pensions Policy Institute; Chair, Secretariat Committee, APPG on Pension Scams; Chair, Secretariat Committee, APPG on Personal Banking and Fairer Financial Services; Chair of the Violation Tracker UK Advisory Board


Dominic Lindley

Director of Policy, New City Agenda


Rachel Neale

Campaigner, UK Mortgage Prisoners


Andrew Montlake

Managing Director, Coreco Mortgage Brokers and Chairman of The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AIM)


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