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Women Adviser Group to hold RDR events

The fourth evening meeting of the Women Adviser and Broker Group is set to take place on September 22, with the first full day event scheduled for November 23.

The evening meeting will be held at the Architas office in London, while the full day event will be held at the RAC Clubhouse in Pall Mall, London.

Consultant hypnotist Katie Glen will be speaking at the evening event on “how to take your business to the next level” and Axa Wealth Management investment sales manager David Tasker will talk about the Architas proposition.

The theme of the day event will be the RDR and speakers include IFA Life founder Philip Calvert, JP Morgan Asset Management head of UK academy sales Stuart Podmore and Ashley Law Crawley associate partner Tracey Evans.

Monetary Solutions director and The Woman Adviser and Broker Group founder Vivian Slattery says: “The format of both events will give individuals a chance to discuss business with other like-minded women, together with the steps they are taking to be ready for the implementation of the RDR.”

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  1. This reminds me very much of the old Two Ronnies sketch, “The worm that turned” with Diana Dors!
    I don’t want a “Men only” adviser Group, but I am getting a littel concerned that whilst postive discrimination was necessary 20 years ago, it isn’t to same same extent any longer in the UK at least.

  2. Some would say that the adviser community is divided quite enough already. Do we really need further division on the criterion of gender?

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