Shawbrook announces networking hub for FP show

Shawbrook announces networking hub for FP show



In addition to being a main sponsor of The Finance Professional Show, Shawbrook Bank is sponsoring a networking area at London Olympia on November 4th..

In addition to being a main sponsor of The Finance Professional Show, Shawbrook Bank is sponsoring a networking area at London Olympia on November 4th.

‘The Shawbrook Cub Hub’ will be open to all of those in attending from 9:30, when an open breakfast networking hour will take place.

The area will facilitate networking amongst brokers, give them an opportunity to meet members of Shawbrook’s Commercial Mortgages team and to discuss the lender’s range of products and services.

Stephen Johnson, Deputy CEO and Managing Director of Commercial Mortgages at the bank, will feature on the FCA Regulation & Supervision panel.

Starting at 2:30pm in the Shawbrook Bank Conference Theatre, the panel will address a number of topical questions including:

•    What do lenders and funders expect from the commercial finance broking industry for 2016 and beyond?
•    The NACFB has adapted its Code of Practice to reflect the demands of regulation, but have we gone too far or not far enough to protect brokers' reputations?
•    In the IFA regulated space, appointed representatives form 90% of the market. How can we ensure that our industry remains dominated by the independent directly authorised broker?

The Finance Professional Show is free to attend – you can register
here.


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