11/09/2019 | Lord's Cricket Ground, St John's Wood Road, St John's Wood, London, NW8 8QN | 1:00 pm
The Association will be stepping up to the crease for our annual NACFB Patrons Day hosted at Lord’s Cricket Ground on Wednesday 11th September.
We’re inviting representatives from all our Patron lenders to join us for an afternoon of updates on the broker market, the NACFB’s activities and guidance on how to make the most of your patronage. The day’s full agenda is outlined below.
The keynote address will be delivered by Philip Collins, who is a columnist and leader writer for The Times. He is also chairman of the board of trustees at the independent think tank Demos. Before joining The Times he was the chief speech writer for the prime minister, Tony Blair, the director of the Social Market Foundation think tank, and an equity strategist at two investment banks.
The event will start at 1pm with a light buffet lunch and will conclude at 5pm with a networking reception.
This is a non-broker event and is free for all NACFB Patrons to attend.
1.00pm Lunch and registration
2.00pm Welcome – Graham Toy
2.05pm Keynote address- Philip Collins
2.25pm NACFB: By the numbers – Norman Chambers & Graham Toy
2.40pm Roundtable discussions & feedback
3.00pm findSMEfinance – Nicholas Murphy
3.10pm What does the NACFB logo mean? – James Hinch
3.25pm Making the most of your Patronage Norman Chambers & Graham Toy
3.40pm Roundtable discussions & feedback
4.00pm Networking drinks
5.00pm Event close
We would encourage senior management representation as well as someone from your credit or compliance teams to attend. This will enable a level of constructive discourse and responsive dialogue.
An example of those who joined us last year:
|National Director of Business Development SME Banking|
|Director of Sales|
|Head of Business Intermediary Relationships|
This event is free and open to all Patrons of the NACFB.
Registration for this event is now closed if you wish to register please email email@example.com.
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