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NACFB Commercial Finance Expo success sets the bar for the Finance Professional Show

The Finance Professional Show, brought to you by the organisers of the Commercial Finance Expo, is firmly on track to deliver the next big financial trade show in the Capital. Off the back of the much-heralded National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB) Commercial Finance Expo, which saw over 1,200 visitors attend, the show’s organisers have confirmed that the inaugural Finance Professional Show is set to host up to 3,000 intermediaries, IFAs and finance professionals. Over 90 exhibitors from all aspects of the financial lending market will give visitors direct access to funders – from high street banks to specialist lenders and from commercial to second charge funders. Last week’s success of the NACFB Commercial Finance Expo went beyond the rave reviews of the previous three years to a new level and received support from all the exhibitors, visitors and speakers alike, including the Deputy Director of the Government’s Business Bank.

This brand new trade show at Olympia Central on Wednesday, November 6th will give brokers and funders the opportunity to come together twice a year from now on. The Finance Professional Show is set to establish itself in London as a return to ‘the good old days’ as a forum where lenders from all corners of financial services are present for the benefit of industry professionals and the growth of the UK finance market.

Adam Tyler, Chief Executive of the NACFB, commented: “It is great to be involved at the outset of a new show for the whole of the financial broking community. The expertise gained over the years from successful events has been applied to this new show, bringing the great atmosphere we have at the NEC to London.” “We’re excited about this proposition and launching a show in London which features all aspects of finance under one roof, for all financial professionals on a single day.” A first-rate seminar programme is planned featuring presentations by all major figures within the sector, including the NACFB Annual General Meeting; further details will be revealed in due course for registered attendees.

The event is free to visit but registration is required; this can be completed by visiting

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