From the RDR to auto-enrolment - explore strategies to flourish in 2013 and beyond


2012 marks a watershed for the Life companies, fund managers, banks and advisers who service the long-term savings and investments space. The countdown to auto-enrolment, the RDR and Solvency II is well underway, and the remaining months of preparation will be absolutely crucial to success under these new regulatory regimes.

Taking place on 13th and 14th June at the Radisson Blu Portman, London The Future of Life & Long-term Savings will bring together all the key players to discuss strategies to flourish in the years ahead. This must-attend event provides first-class insights into investment products, pensions, distribution, and the regulatory and economic outlook for all involved.   Highlights for 2012 include: - Hear from the Clive Adamson, Director of Conduct Supervision Business Unit at the FSA on the regulator's agenda for the industry - A keynote address from the Department for Work and Pensi...

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