threesixty unveils first IFA conference

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A debate on the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) will form part of threesixty's first national conference for its IFA clients later this month.

The adviser support services provider is set to host its inaugural event at the CityWest Hotel in Saggart, County Dublin, on 20 and 21 September. The firm says other highlights include talks from AXA, on how to transform IFA business models without harming cash flow, and Justin Urquhart Stewart on key investment and economic risks and opportunities around the globe. David Ingram, a partnerm at threesixty, says: “We’re all really looking forward to this first conference, which we believe marks an important stage in the development of our business and our relationships with our clients. “T...

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