Lincoln Financial Group will host a series of breakfast seminars for advisers on retirement planning and business growth in April and May.
The seminars will examine advice models for the post retirement space and specifically look at issues surrounding the FSA’s principles-based regulation for treating customers fairly (TCF) and the Retail Distribution Review (RDR).
The events will also include presentations on i2Live, Lincoln’s third-way pension product, launched last May, segments on promoting the consideration of all options at retirement and advice on adding value through investment approaches.
Will Hale, head of distribution, Lincoln Financial Group, says: “At a time when the regulatory landscape is changing we aim to use our knowledge in pensions and investments to help financial advisers develop a deeper understanding of the post retirement advice market.”
Lincoln will run 12 seminars from April to June across the UK, beginning with Edinburgh on 29 April.
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