Cheshire-based IFA Poppy Red is to broadcast a series of four webinars aimed at bringing to principles of financial planning to the wider public.
The first webinar will look at the subject of saving and will be broadcast next Wednesday the 28 November at 19.00 and repeated (live) on Thursday 29 November at 19.30.
It will be presented by Poppy Red's managing director and financial planner, Dan Collins and hosted on a screen sharing platform, Webex.
The first webinar will coincide with the Institute of Financial Planning (IFP's) Financial Planning Week, to take place between the Monday 26 and Friday 30 November. The week aims to increase the profile of financial planning amongst the general public.
The three following webinars (on investing, gifting and protecting) will be broadcast via the web in the first quarter of next year.
Collins said: "The webinar is aimed at the general public, people aged between 30 and 50 who have not yet had experience of the financial advice process.
"I come from Australia and the system is far more about advice than it is about the transaction. There is a better understanding of the benefits of advice there and I want to help improve understanding of the advice process over here.
"The webinar will be live and open to questions via the chat facility," he added.
To register for the first webinar click here.
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