Close Property, artemis and dws among those with events planned for january and february
Late January sees conferences on property, tax, outsourcing, pensions and the Isa season.
Close Property Investment is hosting a series of roadshows until 26 February on prospects for the property market in 2003.
Further information on 020 7246 4000.
Foreign & Colonial has an investment workshop until 28 February, examining key tax allowances and exemptions for individuals.
Contact: 0845 600 1868.
Artemis, Credit Suisse and SGAM have begun a joint roadshow that runs until 19 February.
Speakers include Robert Burdett and Gary Potter from Credit Suisse, SG's Hugh Sergeant and Alan Torry, as well as Adrian Frost and Philip Wolstencroft from Artemis.
Contact: 0800 027 6243 or visit www.3-in-one-roadshow.com.
A conference on outsourcing for financial services sector providers begins on 27 January at the Mayfair conference centre in London. It will include addresses from Barclays Bank head of sourcing strategy Paul Jackson and FSA operational risk policy advisor Simon Ashby.
Contact: 020 7915 5055.
Intermediary network Premier Connections is touring Britain from 28 January to 6 March with a roadshow aimed at helping advisers developing business models.
Further information on 0800 071 4716.
DWS Investments is holding a series of roundtable intermediary discussions starting on 30 January in Belfast before heading across the UK during the first week of February. 'Surviving in a difficult Isa season' will be the main theme.
Further information available at www.dws-investments.co.uk.
Virtual Net, a network designed and run by intermediaries, has a seminar on 30 January in London on the benefits to advisers of joining a network.
Further information on 01622 662 277 or via email at [email protected]
The Association of Investment Trust Companies (AITC) annual conference for directors is at the London Hilton, Park Lane, on 4 February. John Tiner, managing director, will discuss split-capital trusts.
Call 020 7282 5580 or email [email protected]
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