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Watch MM Wired: FAMR in action – but will it work?

Date: Thursday November 17th

Time: 10.30am

Title: FAMR in action but will it work

Topics discussed:

  • Will a £500 advice allowance encourage more people to seek advice?
  • What role could the advice allowance play in driving workplace advice?
  • Is a new definition of advice necessary? Would it be better to focus on getting clarity on advice versus guidance?
  • What is the purpose of FAMR? Will it help to drive home the message of the value of advice?

Panellists:

  • Keith Richards, PFS
  • Richard Freeman, Old Mutual Wealth
  • Robert Reid, Syndaxi Chartered Financial Planners
  • Fiona Tait, Royal London

Chair: Natalie Holt, Money Marketing

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