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Fidelity to run IFA teleconferences

Fidelity is running a teleconference programme for IFAs through February and March.

IFAs tuning in will be able to hear a short fund overview from some of Fidelity&#39s leading managers and participate in a open-floor question and answer session. The managers include Tim McCarron, European fund manager and Richard Skelt, manager of Fidelity&#39s multimanager portfolios.

IFAs can book a place by clicking:

www.fidelity.co.uk/adviser

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