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FSE unveils Manchester 2016 programme

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Financial Services Expo has revealed the seminar programmes for this year’s event.

FSE Manchester will be held at The Emirates stadium on Wednesday 18 May.

The seminar topics include the current state of the UK mortgage market, second charges, buy-to-let, protection, retirement lending and advice.

Front Events managing director James Prosser says: “There have been plenty of changes across all these sectors in the past couple of months and our industry experts will be able to bring delegates up to speed and show them how they can secure continued business and prepare themselves (and their clients) for the future changes that are coming.”

The keynote address will be given by seven-times Olympic gold medal winner  Steve Backley.

Backley retired from professional sport in 2004 and has launched the Perform in Property training brand.

There will be more than 60 exhibitors.

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