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Play a part in depolarisation summit

Money Marketing this week launches the first forum designed solely to help the IFA community shape its own future.

The Money Marketing G80 summit on distribution aims to bring together 80 of the most influential IFAs in the country with the key product providers for a series of workshops and panel debates aimed at finding solutions to the depolarisation challenge.

Inspired by the format of the Group of Eight (G8) summits on global economic strategy, the Money Marketing Group of 80 (G80) summit will aim to move industry debate forward on the fundamental issue of distribution.

The summit will be held over a day and a half in May at the secluded Celtic Manor Hotel just over the Severn bridge in Wales, giving the opportunity for intensive discussion away from day-to-day business distractions.

Sixty of the IFA delegates will be selected by invitation only but we are today launching the search for the “depolarisation 20” – a cross-section of IFAs prepared to contribute to a constructive debate on the industry&#39s future.

If you want to be considered for participation in this unique event as one of the “depolarisation 20”, all you have to do is write to us at Money Marketing G80, St Giles House, 50 Poland Street, London W1F 7AX by the end of March explaining in no more than 250 words what you have to contribute to the summit.

Please also include full details of your industry experience and current role.

Invites and full details of the event will be sent to participants over the next two weeks.


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