David Blunkett MP, former secretary of state for Work and Pensions, will give the keynote address ‘Live Now pay Later: Can we make the pension changes change the savings habit' at the London Forum 2008, hosted by IFAonline's sister publication International Investment.
He will also be involved in a panel debate on ‘Generic Advice-opportunities for the IFA market?’ on the new Money Guidance scheme with other leading industry players.
Other speakers throughout the day include:
- Andrew Tully, senior pensions policy manager at Standard Life on Pensions for ex-pats
- Tim Rees, head of technical support at Clerical Medical on offshore tax planning opportunities for UK based advisers
- Brian Murphy, senior financial planning manager at AXA Life on IHT planning post 6 April 2008
The Forum will be held on Tuesday, 13 May at the Victoria Park Plaza Hotel, London and will be followed in the evening by the International Investment Fund and Product Awards 2008.
Registration for the Forum closes on Friday. See the website for further details and to sign up.
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