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FSS launches free registration

Free registration has begun for the Financial Services Scotland 2007 event, which expects to attract more than 1,000 visitors.

The event in Glasgow on March 8 is exhibition and seminar event for professional financial advisers.

New for 2007 is the international property investment pavilion.

With one in 50 of the UK population now owning a property overseas, this section will showcase the opportunities for advisers to increase their revenue streams while helping make their clients foreign property dreams a reality.

FSS will also feature 100 exhibitors including the Financial Services Authority, the Financial Ombudsman Service, Axa, Intelligent Finance, Invesco Perpetual, Kensington Mortgage Company, Nationwide, Scottish Widows, The Exchange and UCB Home Loans.

The event will include free seminars with continuing professional development points accreditation supported by the Council of Mortgage Lenders and the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries.

There will also be a ‘met the FSA’ stand with the ability to pre-book sessions.

FSS, now in its second year, includes coverage of the investment, pensions, technology, protection and mortgage markets.

The emphasis this year is on helping advisers discover new revenue streams and finding the right tools to help provide better advice to clients.

The event offers a free seminar theatre and conference, distinguished keynote and expert speakers (more details to be announced soon), interactive workshops, compelling case studies and a large exhibition area.

The event takes place from 9 am to 4.30 pm at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow and is open to all authorised financial intermediaries and mortgage brokers.

Daniel Nwaokolo, FSS show director, says: Financial Services Scotland is undoubtedly the biggest and best event for intermediaries in Scotland.

The support for last years event was excellent and weve made this years event even bigger in response to demand.

The event is one that no independent financial adviser or broker will want to miss if they want to find new business opportunities and service clients better.

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