FP Show highlights value to visitors, exhibitors and sponsors


FP Show

The Finance Professional Show (FP Show), which opens its doors on the 8th November at Olympia in London, is looking forward to welcoming back sponsors and exhibitors as well as adding to the record number of visitors which the Show attracted in 2016.

In the three years since its launch, the FP Show has established itself as the premier national show for specialist lending and this year has extended its remit further, offering the full range of finance options from bridging and buy-to-let through factoring and development finance to leasing and asset finance. Major players who have again committed to this year’s event include Castle Trust, Hitachi, iwoca, Precise Mortgages and Together.

Rachel Fellows of R&R Events, the organiser of the FP Show, commented:

“At a time when there are so many competing events, we are delighted to welcome back so many of our sponsors and exhibitors from last year. Clearly, they decided that their investment in the FP Show had reaped dividends in terms of new business opportunities. With over 1800 attendees last year, we can rightly claim to attract significantly greater visitor footfall than competing shows in London. Not only do broker visitors gain access to the widest range of funding and service options in one place at our Expo, but sponsors and exhibitors receive greater value for money because of the numbers and calibre of the brokers we attract.”

Paresh Raja, Director at Market Financial Solutions, said:

“The Finance Professional show is an exciting and engaging opportunity. Last year, we were able to put a face to intermediaries and build meaningful relationships which we still maintain today. This November we look forward to further expanding our network and emulating last year’s success.”

Narinder Khattoare, Director at Kuflink, commented:

“We are delighted to be supporting the 2017 FP Show. We see this as a key event during the year and are looking forward to seeing our existing clients and meeting new brokers.”