26 April 2018
Welcome to the May 2018 issue of Professional Paraplanner
In a few days we head out for the first of 11 Technical Insight Seminars around the country, starting in Woodbury Park, Exeter. I’m looking forward to meeting faces familiar and new at our events. If you would like to come to Woodbury there are a couple of places left so get in contact with our events team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find out more about the events on pages 14-15 of our May issue.
ALSO in this issue of the magazine:
Rebecca Lucas talks to Rob Kingsbury about setting up outsourced firm Lime Paraplanning, and the challenges she has faced over the past five years
The benefits and drawbacks of using Business Relief in inheritance tax planning
Tax and VCTs
Five top tips to consider when choosing a VCT
Cathi Harrison, managing director of Para-Sols set up her new company Apricity to change the way compliance support is delivered for advisers and paraplanners, she tells Rob Kingsbury
Five Minutes with…
For this issue’s Q&A we talked to Martin Tilley, director of Technical Services for Dentons Pensions
In a first in a series of articles into back-office and CRM software, Sara Row, senior solutions consultant, IRESS, explores some of the capability of XPLAN
AND for those of you taking exams over the summer
Training, Development and Qualifications
Test your knowledge in preparation for this summer’s CII exams.
At our Bristol Technical Insight Seminar, Rebecca Tuck, paraplanner with Magenta Financial Planning, presented on suitability reports, sharing some...
Following on from the success of our 2018 series of seminars where over 600 paraplanners attended across 11 events,...
Steve Bailey, director at compliance consultancy ATEB, provides guidance on how to deal with the new requirements for reporting aggregated costs and charges...