FSE Wales opens for registration
Front Events, organisers of Financial Services Expo (FSE) Wales, the premier exhibition for the financial services industry in Wales and the West, has today (18th May 2017) announced that registration for the event is now open.
FSE Wales, formerly FSE Cardiff, will be held for the first time at a new venue – Celtic Manor Resort, near Newport, South Wales on Wednesday 28th June.
It will provide adviser visitors with access to over 50 of the industry’s biggest, best and brightest exhibitors including lenders – both mainstream and specialist, distributors, networks, insurance providers, technology companies, and many more.
Lenders attending FSE Wales include One Savings Bank, Nationwide for Intermediaries/The Mortgage Works, Accord Mortgages, BM Solutions, Castle Trust, Halifax, Keystone, Masthaven, NatWest, and Coventry for Intermediaries.
There will also be a full range of seminar presentations covering a wide range of topics, delivered by industry experts. The seminar sessions are CII-accredited and delegates can earn CPD hours – full details of the seminar programme will be revealed shortly.
Attendees at this free event will also be treated to complimentary refreshments and lunch.
James Prosser, pictured, Managing Director of Front Events, organisers of FSE Wales, commented:
“After a very successful event at FSE Manchester this week, our thoughts immediately turn to next month and FSE Wales, which we’re pleased to say will be at a brand new venue, Celtic Manor Resort, near Newport. Registration for FSE Wales is now open and we’re expecting over 500 adviser attendees from across Wales and the West to make their way to this newly-rebranded event, but which will be very much in keeping with the quality experience that all FSE exhibitions are known for.
“We already have a very strong roster of exhibitors signed up for FSE Wales, and we are putting the finishing touches to our seminar programme which, as you might expect, will cover the post-General Election landscape and what our new Government might mean for the housing and mortgage markets, not just in 2017 but over the course of the next Parliament. Plus we will also have a number of industry experts providing their views, support and help on topical market issues of the day.
“It promises to be a very worthwhile day for all who attend, with CPD points available and the opportunity to network and liaise with a range of exhibitors from right across the entire spectrum of the market. We very much look forward to welcoming advisers to FSE Wales and would urge you to register today.”