Register now for the FIG Annual Conference 2024

Norwich – the City that Financial Services built


17:00 – Registration – Networking with Drinks

17:30 – Event begins

  • Intro from FIG: Aiden Watts, RBC Brewin Dolphin and FIG Board member
  • Welcome from Aviva: Ben Luckett, Chief Innovation Officer
  • Nigel Cushion, Nelsonspirit: Norwich – the City that Financial Services Built
  • Prof Naresh Pandit, Norwich Business School, UEA: The Financial and Professional Services cluster in Norwich
  • Lisa Perkins, TechEast: FinTech Ecosystem Norwich
  • Hannah Smith, Anglia Capital Group: Supporting start-ups and opportunity in Norwich
  • Charlie Wright, Epos Now: Why choose Norwich?
  • Speaker Panel Q&A (Hannah Smith, Charlie Wright, Ben Luckett) 

19:30 – Networking with Drinks/Canapes

20:30 – Close

Who should attend?
This event is aimed at individuals working in the financial, insurance, legal and wider professional services and the FinTech sectors and is open to finance, HR, marketing and technology professionals.

The event will take place in Norwich’s’ magnificent Marble Hall, home of Aviva located on Surrey Street, (NR1 3NS) which is just opposite Norwich Bus Station. Parking can be found at the Castle Quarter, St Stephens, The Chantry, Chapelfield East and the Forum.

Please register (using the link at the top of the page) by Friday 12 April to secure your place.
There may be photography and filming during parts of  the event which will be used for marketing or promotion purposes related to FIG.  If you have any questions or do not wish to be included please notify us.

If you have any dietary or access requirements, please notify the organiser at

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