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Line-up of speakers announced for PFS conference

The Personal Finance Society has announced the line-up of speakers who will address its ‘Face the Future, Meet the Challenge’ conference in Birmingham on November 13-14.

The guest speakers include Simon Woodroffe from YO! Sushi, double Olympic gold medalist James Cracknell, grand master of memory Michael Tipper, author Michael Heppel, mountaineer Tom Whittaker and the chief executive of Insights Learning and Development, Andy Lothian.

The PFS says the conference will include 34 concurrent sessions ranging from personal financial planning, corporate planning, retirement, investments, tax and personal development.

PFS chief executive Tim Eadon says: “Last year’s conference set a precedent and the members are eager for more of the same, hence this years ticket sales have been overwhelming. This conference is going to be the best yet with the calibre of speakers attending being above and beyond comparable industry events.”

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