Buy To Let Seminar

31st October 2014

In association with BDO Accountants and Business Advisors, Yorkshire Bank will be hosting its annual Buy to Let Seminar in South Yorkshire to share with you our current updates in this thriving market.

Private Banking Managers, Nigel Lawrence & Simon Truby will present their current findings in the industry and the funding options available from Yorkshire Bank. Nicola Keene from BDO will be taking time to update you on the current tax savings and what benefits can be obtained. The event will also provide you with a unique networking opportunity to share your experiences with other Buy to Let owners. Agenda 8.00 am            Arrival and networking 8.15 am            Breakfast Buffet Open 8.45 am            Kevin Elliott, Head of Business & Private Banking, South Yorkshire Welcome 8.50 am            Nigel Lawrence & Simon Truby, Private Managers, Yorkshire Bank 9.15 am            Nicola Keene, BDO Accountants and Business Advisors 9.45 am            Questions & Close Free car parking is available on site. If you would like to attend please contact: Kevin Elliott on 07834610092 or email kevin.elliott@eu.nabgroup.com

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