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Virtual reality

Virtual compliance, the virtual office and virtual selling and servicing are some of the developments that The Exchange will be explaining to IFAs at Excom 2001 in London on November 19.

The conference will consist of a series of sessions looking at how to use technology to ease compliance, improving the efficiency of selling and client servicing using technology. Speakers include Legal and General ecommerce account manager Paul Measures, Fidelity FundsNetwork associate director Warren Tonkinson and The Exchange director of product marketing Chris Baker.

The event takes place at the Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington, London. Tel: 020 7359 3535.

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