Roadshows on 3d investment and business models for intermediaries
February 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.
Intermediary network Premier Connections is touring Britain from 28 January to 6 March with a roadshow aimed at helping advisers develop business models.
Further information on 0800 071 4716.
DWS Investments is holding a series of roundtable intermediary discussions that started 30 January and is heading across the UK during the first week of February. 'Surviving in a difficult Isa season' will be the main theme of the talks.
Further information available at www.dws-investments.co.uk.
How to avoid the 'pensions timebomb' will be a key point of debate at a Taxbriefs Financial Publishing conference to be held on 6 February.
Speakers will include the secretary of state for work and pensions, Andrew Smith, Peter Hopkins, leader of the Inland Revenue pension simplification review team, and Peter Thompson, chairman of the NAPF. The conference will take place at the London Goodenough Trust, Mecklenburgh Square, London.
Contact Linda Staines on 020 7250 0967 or email Linda @taxbriefs.co.uk.
Pensions in Crisis ' Restoring Confidence is the banner title of an intensive day of roundtable discussions scheduled for the National Liberal Club, London, SW1. Planned for 26 February, the event is supported by Hewitt Bacon & Woodrow, Aberdeen Asset Management and Pensions World. Conclusions from the day will be developed into a paper to be published by the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation.
Contact City Forum Limited on 01373 834989 or via [email protected]
The 2003 Henry Stewart briefing on small self-administered pension arrangements will be held at Radisson SAS Portman Hotel in London on 25 February.
It will look at new strategies for the post Green Paper market plus the latest legislation and guidelines for Ssas.
Contact 020 7404 3040 or email:[email protected] co.uk.
Outside of pensions, the AITC is to host its fifth annual conference for directors on 4 February at the London Hilton, Park Royal. John Tiner, managing director of the FSA, will discuss split-capital trusts.
Corporate governance will be another major issue of the day, with George Kershaw, director of trust associates, sharing his views.
Further information on 020 7282 5555.
The joint '3-in-One' roadshow being held by Artemis, Credit Suisse and SGAM continues this week with events in Coventry, Nottingham, Newmarket, St Albans, Bagshot, East Sussex, London and Exeter. The roadshow is aimed at giving intermediaries a three-dimensional take on their investment process and outlook.
Call 0800 027 6243 or visit 3-in-one-roadshow.com.
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