Advisers looking to find out more about their RDR gap fill options have been invited to a free Institute of Financial Planning (IFP) meeting.
IFP chief executive Nick Cann will address the organisation's Bath branch meeting on 20 January and the event will be open to non-members.
Cann will highlight the CPD opportunities available to UK advisers via the IFP, including its online CPD platform, in a seminar entitled: 'Gap Filling for Financial Planners - A World away from the CII'.
Branch chairman Andrew Page, of IFA Ashcourt Rowan, says: "Gap filling is of importance to a lot of advisers this year.
"We've secured a larger venue for this meeting and it would be great to see some new faces to join in our discussion.
"I'm sure that many advisers will appreciate the opportunity to gain a frank assessment from Nick on what actions need to be taken, as well as some tips and guidance on how best they can comply with the proposals."
Attendees will also be asked about what support they want to see from their professional body in the future and Cann will explain how the IFP can support paraplanners.
The meeting will be held at the Mercure Francis Hotel, Bath, and anyone seeking more details should contact the IFP HERE.
Another IFP meeting covering the same topic and featuring board member Brian Sweeney as a speaker is also taking place on 20 January in Manchester.
The event, also open to non members, will be held at the Hilton Manchester Airport hotel from 2pm.
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