UK - Winterthur Life is to hold a series of seminars outlining the benefits of multi-manager products to IFAs.
The events will be held on October 14, 15 and 17 in Manchester, Birmingham and London respectively.
They are designed to provide IFAs with background and updates on the multi-manager concept, explain how the market is growing and how they can benefit from this growth.
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