NS&I to sponsor Professional Paraplanner Awards 2018
8 April 2018
We are delighted to announce that NS&I are the sponsor of the 2018 Professional Paraplanner Awards.
The 2018 Awards are Professional Paraplanner’s second awards and will take place on 6 June after the London Technical Insight Seminar at the Grange St Paul’s Hotel. Both the seminar and the awards are free for paraplanners to attend*.
Rob Kingsbury, editor of Professional Paraplanner said: “NS&I is probably the best known investment and savings brand in the UK as well as being Treasury backed, and we’re delighted they have chosen to be the sponsor of our 2018 Awards. We’re looking forward to the awards process and announcing the winners of both the Service and Support and the Paraplanner awards on 6 June.
“We’re also delighted NS&I is joining us at various venues around the country as part of the 2018 Technical Insight Seminars.”
Andrew Pike, Head of Intermediary Relationships, NS&I (pictured) said: “NS&I is delighted to be the sponsor of the Professional Paraplanner Awards 2018. We recognise the important role of paraplanners in the financial planning profession, in particular researching the right investment and savings solutions for clients’ needs and developing and improving the quality of service to clients. NS&I has a key role to play within the market and the economy itself and we are developing our service to better support paraplanners and their advised clients. We look forward to meeting many of you at the Awards Ceremony, and around the country at selected Technical Insight Seminars as well.”
• At present the London Technical Insight Seminar is oversubscribed with a waiting list but paraplanners are welcome to attend the Awards independent of the seminar.
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