Last reviewed 18/04/2018

IMLA membership


IMLA has two categories of membership;

  1. Full membership open to mortgage lenders using the intermediary channel
  2. Associate membership open to firms who work closely with IMLA members

A membership pack is available on request. Enquiries about either Full or Associate membership and the membership pack should be made by emailing info@imla.org.uk

Full membership

IMLA welcomes new members at any time. Prospective members are welcome to attend meetings to judge for themselves the value they may get from membership.

Membership provides the opportunity for senior management to meet colleagues to review current trends and practices within the market place. Problems being experienced can be freely discussed and solutions or actions put forward which IMLA can then promote with the relevant organisations. IMLA has a strong lobbying voice built on the very substantial practical experience of its members and backed by its Executive Director and our PR agency Instinctif Partners.

IMLA is run by five elected Directors, a co-opted Director and the Executive Director, Kate Davies. All full IMLA members can make nominations for the post of Director and a ballot is held in October each year to vote in the Directors. IMLA is very clearly member run and as such it ensures issues relating to the intermediary mortgage market are fully taken into consideration.

Applications for membership are considered by the Management Committee. The subscription year runs from 1st July to 30th June, and the current 2018 subscription is £4,120 pa.

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Associate membership

Associate membership allows firms that work closely with intermediary mortgage lenders to attend IMLA lunches, dinners and events and, on an invited and limited basis, to make presentations at IMLA meetings.

Applications for Associate membership are considered by the Management Committee. The subscription year runs from 1 July to 30 June and the current 2018 subscription is £1,600 pa.

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