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Book your place at free Money Marketing investment seminar

With increased levels of uncertainty, continued fears over the future for the eurozone and the impending implementation of the RDR, Money Marketing is running a free one-day investment seminar to debate and explore strategies to deal with volatile markets.

Speakers at the Money Marketing Investment Alliance include John Willman, specialist adviser to the Treasury Select Committee and former associate editor of the Financial Times, Robert O’Riordan, client director of investment trusts at Baillie Gifford, Jamie Lewin, head of asset allocation at BNY Mellon, Laurence Boyle, director and head of Assetmaster at Williams de Broë, Emma Napier, head of adviser relations at The Platforum and RDR expert Dr Peter Williams.

The seminar, which is for investment advisers, will take place in London on Tuesday 7 February at the Grange St Paul’s Hotel in the City. For event and speaker information, visit www.investmentalliance.co.uk 

Space at the seminar is limited and places are running out quickly. If you would like to attend this seminar, contact Ria Kelleher on 0207 970 4662 or at ria.kelleher@centaur.co.uk

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