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Roadshows to focus on Sipps

Selestia is running a series of joint pension road-shows with Hornbuckle Mitchell trustees focusing on the future of Sipps and the building of personalised pension portfolios using asset allocation and fund selection.

Beginning in London on May 19 and running until May 30, the roadshow will also be held in Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol, Hemel Hempstead and Guildford.

Head of investment marketing Graham Bentley says: “The sessions will concentrate on the asset allocation and fund selection process, including the latest thinking on the impact that psychology has on fund managers and other stockmarket players.”

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