Two new exclusive paraplanner events series for 2020
28 January 2020
Professional Paraplanner is delighted to announce two new events series for 2020, The Investment Committee and the Team Leader Seminars. These events are exclusive to paraplanners and free to attend.
The first of the Investment Committee events will take place on 7 April in London.
These events are designed to complement the monthly Investment Committee section in the magazine and on the website. Delegates will be able to hear from speakers on key areas such as market trends, asset allocation, centralised investment propositions, retirement income propositions and much more, with speakers from leading investment companies including Fidelity International and Investec Asset Management.
The first 2020 Investment Committee event is in London on 7 April. Two further events, in Manchester and Edinburgh, are planned for later in the year (which you can pre-register for using the link below also).
If you are a provider and you are interested in sponsorship opportunities please contact Richard Ley.
Our second series is the TEAM LEADER SEMINARS.
The first of these events is on 6 February in London. Currently this is sold out. However, we plan to run further events in strategic locations outside of London later in the year. Keep an eye on our website and our daily email alerts for further details.
To register your interest in a future Team Leader event please email [email protected]
Events will take place where there is sufficient interest so if you’d like to attend one of these events please let us know.
Team Leader Seminars
First event: 6 February, London. SOLD OUT
We will be announcing further dates in due course. Keep an eye on our website and our daily email alerts.
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