|Thursday 14 April|
|18:30||Pre-dinner drinks – Cocktail Bar|
|19.30||Welcome – Clive Waller – Chairman – The Prior Suite
Anthony Wolfe on behalf of MAG
|Dinner – The Prior Suite|
|After Dinner Speaker – Mark Tennant, Chairman, Bluerock Consulting
Will 2012 be another 1848? If so who goes to the Guillotine?
|Friday 15 April|
|08:45||Welcome – Clive Waller – Bridgeman/Selwin Suite|
|08:50||John Moret, MoretoSIPPs
There’s many a SIPP twixt Nest and tomorrow’s platforms.
|09:50||Tea/Coffee – Bridgeman/Selwin Suite|
|10:15||The big debate ”
The FSA’s proposals on rebates could lead to ‘unintended consequences’ and consumer detriment.”
Malcolm Murray, Head of Marketing, Transact and Peter Burtonshaw, Head of Platforms, Fidelity FundsNetwork, will each paint a picture of the impact of FSA proposals on rebates on customers, advisers and providers post RDR.
|12:00||Chris Gilchrist, Director of Churchill Investments & Editor of the IRS Report – “Why industry and consumers will benefit from product regulation.”|
|13:00||Lunch – The Grill Room|
|14:00||Panel discussion: “The nature and manner of level of charges will be the leading selection criterion post RDR.”
Panellists: Pete Burtonshaw, Malcolm Murray, Chris Gilchrist and
|14:45||Close – Clive Waller|
|Tea/Coffee – Bridgeman/Selwin Suite|