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Brave new world: Hear MM grill the FCA and FSCS on pension freedoms

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Money Marketing is hosting a series of new one-day regional conferences to help advisers tackle the challenges that have arisen post-pension freedoms.

The Brave New World events take place across November and are geared around helping firms deal with the many legislative changes to come across their desks, spanning pensions, tax planning, and retirement income.

Money Marketing editor Natalie Holt and head of news Tom Selby will be chairing the conferences, which will feature keynote interviews with Financial Services Compensation Scheme chief executive Mark Neale and FCA head of pension policy Maggie Craig.

Other notable speakers include EY senior adviser Malcolm Kerr, gbi2 managing director Graham Bentley, and Pension Policy Institute director Chris Curry.

Advisers will also be able to debate the success (or not) of pension freedoms with MM columnists Nic Cicutti and Stephen Womack, and Fairer Finance managing director James Daley.

Money Marketing’s Brave New World events are in Edinburgh on 17 November, Manchester on 19 November and in London on 24 November. To register for your free place, go to conferences.moneymarketing.co.uk/BNW

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