The NACFB is the UK trade body which represents over one thousand commercial finance brokers specialising in commercial mortgages, bridging finance, vehicle finance, invoice finance and equipment finance. The NACFB supports a full programme of events, seminars and training programmes designed to help members keep up to date with changes in the industry. Events are held throughout the country and full details can be found at: www.nacfb.org.uk As lead sponsor, Aldermore will have a presence at all of the NACFB's events throughout the year where Aldermore's commercial mortgage, asset finance and invoice finance experts will be available to talk to NACFB members about ways to generate more business in 2011. Mark Stephens, Aldermore's Deputy CEO commented: "Aldermore is delighted to be the NACFB's main sponsor for 2011. We believe it's important for the industry to have a strong and well-supported trade body, especially in a year when we all hope the economy will start to pull out of recession. We hope the sponsorship re-enforces Aldermore's commitment supporting the brokers whose focus is the SME market and we look forward to meeting NACFB members at their events throughout the year." NACFB Chief Executive, Adam Tyler, said: "It's great to have Aldermore on-board as our lead sponsor and I'm looking forward to working with them during the months ahead. It's particularly gratifying to have the support of a dynamic new bank which was voted 'Specialist Lender of the Year' at our annual awards in November. With their 'can do' attitude and our passion to support brokers across the industry, I have no doubt it will be a productive working relationship." Further information about the services available from Aldermore can be obtained at www.aldermore.co.uk. **Ends** For further information journalists can contact: Josh Cooper, PR consultant office: 01295 688243 firstname.lastname@example.org mobile: 07768 355265 For further information about Aldermore, our financial backers and our PR contacts, please review our Notes to Editors page.