It will be held for a group of 40 individually invited delegates and will cover a range of topics, including the FCA changes on fee disclosure and an update on government-backed loan schemes, as well as addressing current market issues, such as processing times.
The ASTL and FIBA are planning three similar invitation-only events for later this year.
Vic Jannels, CEO at the ASTL (pictured above), said: “I’m very much looking forward to jointly hosting this event with our colleagues at FIBA.
“With the extension of the stamp duty holiday, we have already seen what can be achieved when trade bodies work together for the good of the industry, and the more we share knowledge and resources and align our activity, the greater the impact we can have.”
Adam Tyler, executive chairman at FIBA, added: “FIBA and the ASTL are two separate trade associations that share many common causes and, by working together, we give ourselves a better chance of success.
“This is one event that will benefit all those who attend, and I’m looking forward to working with the ASTL on similar events and activity in the future.”