Financial secretary to the treasury Mark Hoban is heading up Tisa's annual conference next month.
Hoban is keynote speaker at the event, taking place on 17 November at the Plaisterers' Hall, London, with FSA director of conduct risk & asset management Dan Waters and IoD chief economist Graeme Leach also giving presentations.
"Coming a month after the Chancellor's comprehensive spending review announcement there will be no shortage of opinion at the conference on the effect this will have on the ability of people to save," says Tisa director general Tony Vine-Lott.
"But saving is essential if the government is to be successful in its attempts to reform the reliance on state funding."
The line-up also includes UK Payments CEO Paul Smee, Charles Stanley investment manager Elissa Bayer and writer and broadcaster Richard Northedge.
A panel session will debate the potential impact of regulatory change on the consumer.
Hoban recently backed the move to fee charging, hailing it a vital part of the transition to a more transparent market.
"It is going to be fascinating to hear the feedback from delegates to Mark Hoban's presentation on the government's plans," adds Vine-Lott.
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