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Conference considers effects of consolidation

Data marketing and planning outfit CACI is holding its annual financial

services conference in Leeds in September. The conference will look at

today&#39s rapidly changing environment, where network reorganisations,

mergers and new channel developments are changing the shape of the

industry. Speakers will consider which channels consumers will want to use

and which parts of the market will become superfluous.

CACI has arranged high-level speakers from the Bank of England,

Barclaycard, Marks & Spencer Financial Services, Royal Bank of Scotland,

Standard Life and Staffordshire Building Society.

The conference takes place at Oulton Hall, Leeds, on September 20 and 21.

Contact 020 7605 6124.

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Money Marketing editorial – tel: 020 7943 8040 or send details by post to:

The Editor,Money Marketing,50 Poland Street, London W1F 7AX

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