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Cazalet conference on closed funds

Cazalet Consulting will be holding a conference on September 28 on closed life funds and life company restructuring. The conference&#39s panel will be discussing its impact on organisations including life companies, reinsurers, asset managers and investment bankers and the increases of disaggregation and reaggregation within the UK life industry. The panel of speakers will include FSA director of retail firms David Strachan, Royal & Sun Alliance CEO Clive Cowdery and Liberata Life & Pensions director Chris Boon. For more information visit www.cazalet-financial.com or call 020 7499 5818

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