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Winterthur Life to sponsor Sipp conference


Winterthur Life is to sponsor the annual Henry Stewart Conference on self-invested pension plans.


The forth annual conference will concentrate on the current issues effecting the Sipp and Income Drawdown market.


It is designed to be straightforward, comprehensive and relevant with up to the minute technical information and emphasis on practical issues for advisers and clients.


Speakers will include PIA&#39s head of market practice Richard Cockcroft, Scottish Equitable&#39 director (pensions development) Stewart Ritchie and former regulator Dr Oonagh McDonald.


Delegates will receive accreditation of 7.5 hours towards Continuing Professional Development.


The conference will be chaired by Winterthur&#39s director of sales and marketing John Moret.


Moret is also chairman of the Sipp Provider Group.

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