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Focus on risk-based monitoring

Risk-based monitoring has been talked about for some time but how many of us know how it will work in reality?FSA manager (risk assessment, insurance firms) Sean Wastie will be giving a presentation as how it will operate and what it will mean for the profession as well as an overview update of N2.

FSA development consultant Sheena Gray will go through the range of regulatory tools available to the regulator and will focus on the role of education within the industry.

The event, which runs from 10-3.30pm on December 6 at the Insurance Hall, 20 Aldermanbury, London, includes a Christmas lunch hosted by the CII. Contact 020 8989 8464.

December 3-5

Financial Strategies

Limra Executive dev elopment programme

Manchester

01923 810 355

December 4

IFAP press club meeting

Brighton

020 7833 3131

December 5

Implementing An On-Line Wealth Management

Service For The Mass Affluent Investor, London

020 7453 2097

December 5

LIA Recruitment and Paraplanning Workshop

Leeds

01923 285 333

December 5

LIA General Meeting

Truro

01923 285 333

December 5

WIG Events

London

Wig@fionaprice.co.uk

December 5

How To Make Marketing Accountable

London

01438 365 581

December 5

Plum Software Events

Bournemouth

024 7622 8888

December 6

IFAP Press Club meeting

Dundee

020 7833 3131

December 6

CII Training and Development Forum

London

020 7417 4434

December 6-7

European Mass Affluent Investor

A 2 Day Wealth Management Event

London

020 7453 2097

December 6-7

European Mass Affluent Investor

A 2 Day Wealth Management Event

London

020 7453 2097

December 7

LIA general meeting

Jersey

01923 285 333

December 7

IFAP Press Club meeting

Edinburgh

020 7833 3131

December 11

IFAP Press Club meeting

Liverpool

020 7833 3131

December 12

IFAP Press Club meeting

Portsmouth

020 7833 3131

December 12

IFAP Press Club meeting

Guildford

020 7833 3131

December 13

IFAP Press Club meeting

Aldershot

020 7833 3131

January 9

IFAP Press Club meeting

Manchester

020 7833 3131

January 9

IFAP Press Club meeting

Darlington

020 7833 3131

January 15

WIG Mentoring Forum

London

wig@fionaprice.co.uk

January 16

IFAP Press Club meeting

Glasgow

020 7833 3131

If you have any items for inclusion in the calendar of events, contact Money Marketing editorial – tel: 020 7943 8040 or send details by post to: The Editor, Money Marketing, 50 Poland Street, London W1F 7AX

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