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Money Marketing and IFA UK conference season kicks off

Money Marketing and IFA UK kick-off their 1999 programme of exhibitions which aim to help IFAs develop their businesses this month.


The first of this year&#39s conferences is being held at the Stakis Metropole hotel in Brighton on February 11.


The events consist of an exhibition of product and service providers. They also include a comprehensive seminar programme covering subjects such as tax planning, marketing for IFAs equity release and drawdown.

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