FIBA’s first regional roadshow held in North London on Thursday 12th April drew brokers from across the area to take part in the first Live Deal Room experience where brokers bring along deals that they are working on and present them to the invited lenders to make initial evaluations.
FIBA, the new trade body, has announced the appointment of Connect for Intermediaries CEO, Liz Syms, and Only Bridging Director, Andrea Juniper, to its Executive Committee.
The April leg of FIBA’s year long series of regional events has been unveiled with an invitation to all brokers to meet the FIBA team and interact more closely with FIBA’s partner lenders in the Live Deal Room.
FIBA, the new trade body for finance professionals, which had its inaugural conference in January, has announced 30 regional meetings for FIBA members and intermediaries interested in joining FIBA.
The Financial Intermediary and Brokers Association, FIBA, is reporting that it attracted over 150 attendees to its inaugural conference held at BAFTA’s offices in Piccadilly on Wednesday.
The Financial Intermediary & Broker Association, which evolved from the Association of Bridging Professionals, has appointed Adam Tyler as its Chairman.
New trade body, the Financial Intermediary & Broker Association (FIBA), which holds its inaugural annual conference on the 17th January 2018 in London, has revealed the full agenda for this launch event, taking place at BAFTA 195 Piccadilly.
New trade body, the Financial Intermediary & Broker Association (FIBA), which is holding its inaugural annual conference on the 17th January 2018 in London, has announced that its keynote speaker will be Bank of England MPC member, Michael Saunders.
The Association of Bridging Professionals (AOBP) has announced that it has changed its name and become the Financial Intermediary & Broker Association (FIBA).
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