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Fidelity hosting investment forum

Fidelity is hosting its annual investment forum at seven venues across the country from September 25-29. Speakers will include Anthony Bolton, Jorma Korhonen and Tim McCarron at venues including Edinburgh to Southampton.

FundsNetwork will hold IHT and estate planning workshops before each forum.

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