Bell & Company and  FD Clarity are proud to present our next networking seminar on Tuesday 9th June 6.30pm- 9pm.

Join us and our guests for some nibbles and drinks and use this event as a way to meet experts in the Finance Industry and gain new clients as well as get advice and key advice and Information on the Financial news.

Our Key Speakers and topics include:

“George Obsorne What have you done!?”

Brian Hill, Ardtalla Weath Management, Managing Director- 

Brian, the Managing Director of Ardtalla Wealth Management has enjoyed a successful career within the financial services sector for over 20 years. Brian Will be talking us through the ramifications of the new pension legislation.

“Who would be a landlord!?”

Raymond Crooks, Senior Partner of Thompson Crooks Solicitors and chairman of LANI ( Landlords Association of Northern Ireland)- 

Raymond Crooks B.A. (Hons) M.A qualified 1996 specialises in Commercial and Domestic Conveyancing and Probate and will be talking about the ever increasing ‘red tape’ and requirements for residential landlords. It is vital to know all of the current requirements and Raymond will deliver it in his own inimitatble style.

“Commercial Funding in Northern Ireland”

Wiliam Davey, Director of Adelaide Commercial Finance with 15 years’ experience obtaining people and Businesses finance in Northern Ireland

William will be talking us through the options available for those seeking finance in today’s challenging Market

Click here to RSVP  your place or if you have any questions please call Jessica on 02890 517 047.

 

 

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