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Money Marketing launches free RDR seminars

Money Marketing is holding a series of free RDR invitational seminars focused on the key issues facing advisers as we approach the 2013 start date.

Speakers include Scottish Life chief executive John Deane, Money Marketing columnist and Churchill Investments director Chris Gilchrist, Legal and General director of platforms and policy Danny Wynn, Standard Life UK operations director Graeme Bold, Dr Peter Williams and a number of well known IFAs. A full list of panellists is available here.

The seminars will look at how to create profitable charging structures and viable client propositions to help ensure you and your clients prosper post-2012.

The dates for the seminars are as follows:

HARROGATE – Wednesday October 19 Cedar Court Hotel

LONDON – Tuesday November 1 Grocers Hall, EC2R 8AD

BRISTOL – Thursday November 3 Aztec Hotel & Spa

BIRMINGHAM– November 3 National Motorcycle Museum

Space at the seminars is limited and places are running out quickly. If you would like to attend any of these seminars please contact Ria Kelleher on or 0207 970 4662

For full event and speaker information please visit


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  1. Alistair Paterson 6th October 2011 at 12:21 pm

    Of course, we don’t do RDR in Scotland …….. sighhhhhhhh

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