The Minister of State for Security, Ben Wallace MP, has been
confirmed to speak at the upcoming NAEA Propertymark (the National Association
of Estate Agents) Conference.
Wallace will offer insights into the Government’s priorities
around anti-money laundering and resulting enforcement at the Conference in
The line up also features Joe McEwan, the former head of brand at Innocent, Andrew McMillan, the man responsible for defining John Lewis’ famous customer service, and motivational speaker Nigel Risner, who will talk about getting the most out of the people that you work with.
Clive Robins, of the Competition and Markets Authority
(CMA), will also update attendees on the dangers of competition law that they
need to be alert to, drawing on lessons from CMA cases and explaining what
business cartel behaviour looks like.
For the third year running, Sally Bundock, a business and
financial journalist at the BBC, will host the event.
Taking place on 14th February 2019 at 155
Bishopsgate in London, the NAEA Propertymark Conference offers estate agents an
opportunity to network with likeminded peers, get up to date with important
industry issues, and hear valuable guidance on developing as professionals.
Mark Bentley, the President of NAEA Propertymark, says: “Agents are facing a tough year, with
political uncertainty impacting the housing market and an increased focus on
economic crime. The National Conference provides a good opportunity for agents
to learn from peers and to continue building their knowledge. We have an
excellent line up of speakers confirmed and are excited to welcome everyone in
Estate agents, will you be attending the NAEA Propertymark
Conference 2019? It presents a fantastic
opportunity to hear from expert speakers from across the industry and stay up
to date with any changes to property legislation.
During such uncertain political and economic times, this
couldn’t be more important!