All the speeches and presentations from Incisive Media's State of the Nation conference or the Cover...
All the speeches and presentations from Incisive Media's State of the Nation conference or the Cover Forum in London on September 25th can now be seen through IFAonline's Events Webstreaming facility.
Incisive Media - the publishing house behind IFAonline, Investment Week and several trade magazines - films all of its conferences so you can catch up on any the events you need to know about, by watching them through IFAonline
State of the Nation conference was joined by 549 delegates, to learn about:
Life in a depolarised world;
Reinventing the IFA proposition … portfolio suppliers vs single product companies;
Parallels with the Australian experience of depolarisation;
The value of advice;
How to maximise the value of your business;
Will Sandler and CP121 affect relationships between those who manufacture and those who sell financial products;
Can IFAs earn money from selling investments;
Do structured products have a place in financial planning, and
Big banks - friend or foe to IFAs post depolarisation
If you missed the conference and you would still like to see all the presentations and pick up support material if you go to the Events Section and click thru to State of the Nation's 'Programme' where you will find a full list of all video footage and support documents.
You can also do the same if you missed the Cover Forum, by clicking on Cover Forum and scrolling through the 'programme' to find the presentations you want to watch.
Subjects covered at the Cover Forum include:
The future of health protection and private medical insurance;
Business opportunities by maximising the sales of corporate protection;
Understanding the dynamics of how sales of critical illness products and claims are related;
Improving your underwriting service;
ABI's Statement of Best Practice for Critical Illness;
New routes to protection sales, and
Inheritance tax planning with life insurance products.
Log in to IFAonline and you can view all the Cover Forum presentations through the Events Section.
Smoking biggest culprit; obesity second
Average earner will gain £840 in 2018
Will also move heritage items
Responding to letter from Treasury Committee chair Nicky Morgan