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RDR interest boosts registrations at MM Live Manchester

This year’s Money Marketing Live Show in Manchester on October 30 is heading for an all-time record.

With around six weeks to go, over 1,000 delegates have already pre-registered for the show and the number keeps rising every day.

Now in its fifth year, the event is returning to Manchester Central Convention Centre and GMEX to deliver the latest industry insight with a key focus on the retail distribution review.

Unlike any other industry event, Money Marketing Live will also give delegates the opportunity to hear in-depth product specific seminars from leading experts covering Investments, Pensions & Savings, Mortgages and Protection.

Other highlights at the show include the FSA Surgery, Financial Ombudsman Service Consultations, exclusive pre-recorded interviews, the Invesco Perpetual Cafe and the chance to meet Money Marketing journalists.

Entry to the show is free, and delegates stand a chance of winning a brand new Mazda MX-5 sponsored by edeus when they register online at www.moneymarketinglive.co.uk or by calling the registration hotline on 01923 690 636.

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