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December 15 @ 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Fintech Friday – Xmas celebration

It’s the season to celebrate the achievements and innovations of the year in style !

We’re thrilled to extend our warmest invitation to you for the Fintech Friday – Xmax Celebration, an event that promises an evening filled with festive cheer, insightful conversations, and a touch of fun with our Ugly Jumper Contest.

Join us for a delightful evening as we commemorate the successes of the year in the realm of financial technology.

🚨 Book Your ticket : 🔗 HERE 🔗 

This special celebration offers an excellent opportunity to network with industry peers, share insights, and revel in the spirit of the holiday season.

Fintech Friday - Xmas celebration - Ugly Jumper Contest 2022

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Ugly Jumper Contest!

Don your most horrendously festive attire for a chance to win our Ugly Jumper Contest!

Show off your tackiest holiday sweater and compete for the title of the most creatively mismatched outfit.

Please take your ticket to ensure your spot at this exclusive event and to secure your participation in the Ugly Jumper Contest.

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🚨 Book Your ticket : 🔗 HERE 🔗 

We look forward to your presence at the Fintech Friday – Xmax Celebration as we toast to the achievements and collaborations that have shaped the fintech landscape this year, and indulge in some festive fashion fun!

All the best,

The LHoFT Team

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