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Swiss Life and IPPR to host Government and IFA debate on stakeholder

IFAs will get the chance to put their grievances on being left out of stakeholder to a Government minister.


Swiss Life and thinktank the Institute for Public Policy Research will host a round table dinner at the Atrium restaurant in Westminster.


Treasury economic secretary Patricia Hewitt will be in attendence with tory pensions spokesman Quentin Davies, Labour backbencher Tony Colman and members of Treasury and Social Security Select committees and IFAs.


The debate is entitled “People, profit, and pensions: Can we square the circle.”

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