South Wales to host FSE and golf day

Ryan Bembridge

February 22, 2017

Financial Services Expo Wales will take place on 28 June at Celtic Manor near Newport, replacing last year’s FSE Cardiff.

The next day there will be an open golf tournament on the Twenty Ten Course, built for staging the Ryder Cup in 2010.

James Prosser, managing director of Front Events, said: “After a successful first year in Cardiff we have rebranded the exhibition as FSE Wales and we have a fantastic exhibition space available, plus incredibly good transport links given the resort is just over the Severn Bridge, off the M4.

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“A day later, we are inviting the entire financial services industry to join us for what I’m sure will be a highly competitive day of golf at the hugely impressive Twenty Ten Course at the Celtic Manor, home to the 2010 Ryder Cup.

“I’m sure there will be plenty of teams out there who think they can emulate Europe’s victory back then, and we are offering a fantastic experience for all teams.”

FSE Wales will provide adviser visitors with access to a range of key exhibitors including lenders, distributors, networks, insurance providers and technology companies.

There will also be a full range of seminar presentations, put together by the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries and Financial Reporter and covering a wide range of topics, delivered by industry experts.

The seminar sessions are CII-accredited and delegates can earn CPD hours. Registration for FSE Wales will be opened closer to their dates.

The golf day will pit 20 teams of four against each other and will include breakfast, drinks at the Halfway House, lunch and a post-round dinner, plus a commemorative photograph.

FSE Glasgow will take place for the third year on Tuesday 21 March at the Hilton Glasgow Hotel.

FSE Manchester will be on Wednesday 17 May at the Emirates Old Trafford and FSE London Wednesday 13 September at Old Billingsgate.

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