PA Working Lunches: Live in Chester, Cambridgeshire, Bristol

A look ahead at the upcoming live regional lunch CPD events

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The first quarter is shaping up to be a busy one for Professional Adviser’s Regional Working Lunch events.

We are delighted to announce three regional events this month, in association with Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) and Legal & General (L&G). Join us in Cheshire on 16 April, in Cambridgeshire on 17 April, or in Bristol on 18 April to hear about artificial intelligence (AI) as well as about sustainable retirement income in uncertain times. Come and hear from our specialist speakers about the role of AI and alternative data in an active management context. You will also hear how to adopt a blended and phased approach to retirement portfolio management. As well as hearing from ...

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