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Delegate places for Fof forum filling up fast

The Money Marketing Fund of Funds Forum take place at the Merchants Taylors’ Hall in London on Thursday 18 October.

The morning will feature presentations from leading fund managers on how to select the right fund of funds and how to choose the right multi-manager. Speakers include John Chatfeild-Roberts of Jupiter, Richard Skelt of Fidelity, Aidan Kearney of Credit Suisse, Nicholas Pothier of HSBC, Laurence Boyle of Williams de Broe and Richard Timberlake of IMS, advisers to Norwich Union, plus independent economist Dr Diane Coyle.

Entry is free for advisers but less than 25 places are left, so register today by www.fundoffunds forum.co.uk or email mailto:mark.sheldon@centaur.co.uk for more information.

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