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Ombudsman will speak at Aifa AGM

Financial Ombudsman Service chairman Sir Christopher Kelly is to speak at the Aifa annual general meeting on November 29.

Aifa director general Chris Cummings expects a good turnout and is prompting IFAs to take advantage of the networking opportunity and chance to discuss their issues around depolarisation and industry regulation.

The event will take place at the Drapers Hall, London, with Aifa chairman John Gummer MP hosting the dinner.

Members will experience a champagne reception and a three-course dinner, including wine. Tickets can be booked on the Aifa website and cost 150 a head.

Cummings says: “We are looking forward to this year’s AGM and annual dinner and are delighted that Kelly is able to join us for the evening. With so much going on for Aifa this year, it will be a good opportunity for us to speak to more of our members in person about their views on depolarisation and regulatory issues. We are hoping for a high turnout and that members continue to get the most out of this valuable networking opportunity.”

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