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MM Wired: Managing the risks of non-advised drawdown

Topics discussed:

• Following the wave of non-advised drawdown launches, have savers been left overly exposed to stockmarket falls?
• Should there be greater controls to prevent people from running out of money?
• How do advisers manage drawdown clients without the fixed review periods that existed under capped drawdown?
• Is there an appropriate pot size when it comes to income drawdown?
• How do pension freedoms interact with the latest Budget announcements? How does this all feed into the value of retirement advice?

Panellists:

Tom McPhail, head of retirement policy, Hargreaves Lansdown
Billy Burrows, director, Retirement Intelligence
Nick McBreen, IFA, Worldwide Financial Planning
Simon Massey, wealth management director, MetLife

Chaired by: Sam Brodbeck, pensions reporter, Money Marketing

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