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The speaker line-up for Professional Adviser's first multi-day event of 2021 is almost complete, with guests from Defaqto and Morningstar heading up each morning of the two-day Multi Asset Masterclass on 17 and 18 March.

Professional Adviser's Multi-Asset Masterclass was designed to help financial advisers gain a greater understanding of the evolving and dynamic investment sector. Uncertain markets, regulatory change, shifting demographics and, of course, Covid-19 and all of its consequences; there is no doubt the market outlook poses tough questions for advisers and clients.  Expert speakers at the masterclass, including keynotes Pan Andreas, head of insight and consulting (funds and DFM) at Defaqto, and Dan Kemp, chief investment officer at Morningstar EMEA, will offer an overview of the multi-asset...

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