From October to December the Personal Finance Society will hold a series of half-day technical seminars on pensions planning pre and post-A-Day. The courses will look at opportunities in advising clients in the run-up to April 6 2006 and afterwards. Tutor Mike Morrison, pensions strategy manager at Winterthur, will lead advisers through investment opportunities, retirement planning, business opportunities and transitional arrangements.
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