Newport based Seer Green Financial Planning brings top fund managers to Cardiff

Matt Bird of Seer Green Financial Planning

Seer Green Financial Planning has teamed up with one of the UK’s top investment communication portals for its first Welsh investors evening on February 18th.

In conjunction with Share Talk, Seer Green is hosting the event which will bring some of the UK’s top fund and investment managers to the National Museum of Wales for an evening of investment and financial chat.

Abergavenny-born, award winning fund manager Gervais Williams, Managing Director of the Miton Group, will be the key note speaker at the Share Talk’s first ever Welsh event. Seer Green’s Matt Bird will also explain to delegates best practice for financial planning in the current economic climate.

Siobhan Thomas, director of Seer Green explained that the Newport based independent financial planners are pleased to be involved. “It is great that Share Talk is bringing such expertise to Cardiff and we are really looking forward to being part of it.

“The most attractive thing for us is that it is a free event which brings expertise and knowledge to our customers and broadens their investing horizons at a tricky time in the financial markets. Seer Green is dedicated to bringing best practice to its customers and we believe that being part of this event is doing just that.”

Matt Bird and Gervais Williams will be joined by Jeff Smith of Cardiff charity Big Moose, as well as experts in the fields of blockchain, stem cells and business optimisation. There will also be a talk from Chris Bailey of Financial

Orbit on the investment outlook for 2017.

Peter Higgins, business manager of Share Talk, said “Attendees will gain insight and knowledge from one of the UK’s top Fund Managers. They will leave knowing exactly who to speak to locally regarding Financial Planning and with a good knowledge on the global investing outlook for 2017.

“We also wanted to take the stock market out of London and bring it to a wider audience here in Wales. Most of all, we hope they enjoy it.”