Green mortgages and their role for homeowners looking for a cost-effective change

Speaker and broadcaster Iona Bain discusses with Capita experts in the mortgage sector how green mortgages could be the way forward for homeowners who wish to make changes that will cut down their energy bills but who can’t afford the initial outlay.
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Iona Bain

Iona Bain

Speaker & broadcaster specialising in young finances

Iona Bain is an award-winning journalist, broadcaster, speaker, and author, specialising in personal finance and young people. She is the UK’s go-to voice on millennial money, and BBC Morning Live's resident financial expert. Since founding the pioneering Young Money Blog, Iona has gone on to become one of the most respected financial writers of her generation, with a rare combination of accessibility and authority.

Sarah Green

Sarah Green

Client Partner for Mortgages, Capita

Sarah has responsibility for our key mortgage clients and leading our growth focus in the mortgage business. Sarah has over 20 years’ experience in the mortgage and financial services outsourcing industry across both growth, operations and technology. In addition to having worked for Homeloan Management (now Computershare), Capita and Sutherland Global, Sarah’s roles have also focussed on digital transformation and customer experience.

Mark Webster

Mark Webster

Managing Director - Financial Services, Capita Experience

Mark is accountable for the mortgage Services and the Financial Services clients within Capita Experience. He has over 26 years’ experience in the financial outsourcing industry and more specifically within the mortgage and savings outsourcing markets. Having previously worked in senior positions within the financial services sector, Mark's main focus is on operational strategy, account management, sales, business development and growth.

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