SFE Young Professionals Parliamentary Reception 2019


Date: Tuesday 3rd December 2019

Time: 5.30pm arrival, 6pm start and 7.30pm close

Venue: The Member’s Room, Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh, EH99 1SP

The Scottish Financial Enterprise Young Professionals (SFE YP) committee is delighted to announce the greatly anticipated return of our hugely popular flagship event – the SFE YP Parliamentary Reception!

The event, kindly sponsored by Lloyds Banking Group, will be a celebration of young professionals within the financial services industry and an excellent opportunity to meet senior industry figures, fellow peers as well as politicians.

In line with Scottish Financial Enterprise’s strategic theme of 2019, ‘Skills and Talent’, representatives from FinTech Scotland, CodeClan, Lloyds Banking Group and mthree will be in attendance and offering valuable insight on a range topics.

Gordon Lindhurst MSP for Lothian has kindly offered to open the reception with another high-profile guest speaker still to be announced (keep an eye on your emails and our LinkedIn)!


5.30pm                 Registration at Scottish Parliament visitor’s entrance

6.00pm                 Welcome from SFE Young Professionals Chairperson, Amy McDaid

6.05pm                 Remarks from CEO of Scottish Financial Enterprise, Graeme Jones

6.10pm                 Remarks from Guest Speaker (to be announced)

6.15pm                 Networking & stalls

7.30pm                 Event closes

Drinks and refreshments will be provided.

RSVP: Registration for this event is now closed. To be added to our waiting list, please contact events@sfe.org.uk

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