NACFB announces first ever national asset finance seminar
07 January 2011
The NACFB has announced that it will be holding its first ever national Asset Finance Seminar on March 1st at the Church Rooms, in Westminster, London.
The seminar will give brokers and funders the chance to come together to discuss and debate the current market situation and decide how they can increase business in 2011.
The programme will include a networking lunch, a funder exhibition and an FLA seminar, as well as sponsorship opportunities and a Q&A session.
Adam Tyler, CEO of the NACFB, said that this year's seminar will offer asset finance brokers a ‘unique chance' to discuss how they can increase business in 2011.
He added that it would also be an opportunity for brokers to see "what funders are out there and are lending and what other income opportunities there are for brokers." "There will also be many respected members of the leasing industry present giving their insights and advice on the asset finance industry in 2011 and the opportunities that will also be available," he continued.
Adam Tyler explained that these were difficult times for those in the industry because funding is ‘just not forthcoming'.
"As part of the asset finance industry it is all our responsibility to help our market grow again in the coming year, so we have created this opportunity in London for everyone to come together to meet discuss, to network and work together," he said.
And it seems that the recent announcement of the seminar is already stirring interest among the key players.
Paul Brett, Business Development Manager at Borro Introducer, said that he thought the seminar was a ‘very good' idea and expressed his keen interest in attending.