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Fidelity to run IFA workshops

Fidelity will be running a series of workshops for IFAs in 26 venues across the UK from late May to early June. The workshops will address issues including how asset allocation strategies should be modified in the lower-return environment, restoring investors&#39 confidence and investment planning without new investment. The seminars begin on May 27 in Newcastle and Birmingham and take in London, Swindon, Glasgow, Chester and Northampton before ending on June 4 in Egham.

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