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Threesixty annual conference in Dublin to focus on the RDR

Threesixty has announced it is holding its inaugural national conference in Dublin on September 20 and 21, which will focus heavily on the Retail Distribution Review.

The panel for the conference, which takes place at the CityWest Hotel in Saggart, will include representatives from the various RDR working parties, including the FSA.

Other highlights include talks from Axa on how to transform the IFA Business Model without damaging cash flow and Seven Investment Management marketing director Justin Urquhart Stewart on key investment and economic risks and opportunities around the globe.

Threesixty partner David Ingram says: “We’re all really looking forward to this first conference which we believe marks an important stage in the development of our business and our relationships with our clients.

“The array of speakers is outstanding and we hope that our clients will find the conference informative and, just as importantly, fun.”


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