Niche to host free financial seminars

The seminar has been organised due to the unprecedented levels of interest in Niche that have occurred as a result of its move into the intermediary market which took place at the same time as the company’s recent rebranding.

The event will take place on October 18th 2012 at Madjeski Stadium, Reading which is centrally located at Junction 11 of the M4.

Following the launch of the new website www.nichefs.co.uk which has been purpose built for the intermediary market, the seminar will provide more detailed information on the services that Niche can provide for this market. The event will also showcase the financial opportunities available when working with Niche and its partners.

At the seminar, special guest speakers will join Malcolm Scanlon from Niche Financial Solutions. Colin Sanders, CEO and Martin Gilsenan, sales director from Omni Capital Partners will present and take questions on bridging Finance.

Opportunities in the Secured Loan Market will be presented by Maeve Ward, head of sales, secured lending from Shawbrook Bank.

Malcolm Scanlon at Niche Financial Solutions, said: “We have had a tremendous 2012, following our rebranding and our focus on working with the intermediary market, there has been a lot of new interest in what Niche can offer to introducers.

“This seminar will give us and two of our chosen lending partners the opportunity to provide more detailed information on exactly how we differ from competitors and the unique facility we have to provide opportunities in funding for development projects or shorter term funding opportunities, as well as excellent alternatives to remortgaging.”

This free seminar is open to all business professionals such as financial advisers, lawyers, accountants and estate agents that possess a valid consumer credit license.

For more information visit www.nichefs.co.uk Spaces will be limited at this free seminar so early registration is advised to secure your place.

Email [email protected] to confirm your seat and receive further details.

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