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Sofa spotlight on LTC

Sofa is holding a day-long conference covering all the major issues

relating to long-term care.

Speakers will look at issues surrounding who needs LTC insurance,

current legal issues for the IFA, new arrangements for funding LTC

and co-operating with other professionals when providing care.

The agenda includes formal presentations and interactive case

studies, with industry speakers including Department of Health head

of health and social care Anne McDonald, barrister and IFA Care

director for IFA training Tish Hannifan, Nursing Home Fees Agency

partner Nick Tyler and Inter-Alliance financial practitioner Nick


The event is free to members and £10 to non-members and takes

place at Insurance Hall, 20 Aldermanbury, London on February 5.

Contact 020 7417 4798.

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Marketing editorial, tel: 020 7943 8040 or send details by post to:

The Editor, Money Marketing, 50 Poland Street, London W1F 7AX


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