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Fidelity to host IFA workshops

Fidelity Fundsnetwork is hosting a series of workshops across the UK this month.

The 27 workshops will focus on how the regulatory and economic environment will impact IFAs’ clients, and the threat of inflation and deflation in 2010.

Fidelity International head of UK retail sales Peter Hicks says: “It’s still debatable what the economic consequences of the last 12 months will be and in particular, whether inflation or deflation is the greater threat. Our workshops aim to help advisers in what continue to be uncertain times by offering expert insight to this debate and by providing practical suggestions for IFAs in the run up to RDR.”

The 90-minute workshops kick-off on February 22.


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