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IFAs and brokers form Cardiff Society of Investment Managers

IFAs in Wales will be able to join a new society bringing together investment advisers and fund managers.

The Cardiff Society of Investment Managers, which is aimed at advisers in Cardiff and South Wales, has been founded by Dafydd Hampson-Jones of Henderson Crosthwaite, Bob Jordan of Temple Court Associates and Neil Moss of Maskell Moss & Co.

Individual membership will be £15, £50 for corporates with four or fewer nominees and £100 for those with more.

The inaugural address will be given in February by fund manager Jim Cox of the Schroder UK Enterprise Unit Trust.


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