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Fidelity sets up series of workshops

Fidelity is hosting its 2003 series of IFA workshops across the UK from January 21 to January 28.

Beginning in Norwich, the workshops will take in Northampton, Gatwick, Birmingham, Swindon, Bristol, Manchester, Bolton and Leeds before ending in Belfast.

They will cover areas including the sectors which Fidelity believes will be dominant in 2003, the likelihood of the sales downturn ending and whether there is likely to be an Isa season this year.

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