Forthcoming events

All forthcoming events

Webinar: How to avoid and deal with claims - a litigator's perspective for the financial planning world

  • Thu 10 Sep 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
  • Zoom - Webinar
    • Neil Davies and Joe French, Mills & Reeve LLP

Unfortunately – claims happen. Some are well founded, others are plain bad. During these times, it is essential that financial professionals protect themselves with an awareness of how to avoid complaints and - if they happen – how to maximise the prospects of a successful defence

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Webinar: LinkedIn - An Introduction

  • Mon 14 Sep 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
    • Nigel Cliffe, Value Exchange Ltd

This webinar will lift the lid of what is possible with LinkedIn, and how to improve your profile.

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Webinar: ICOBS - are you sure you are doing enough to ward off PI claims?

  • Wed 16 Sep 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
    • Branko Bjelobaba

Costs of PI cover going through the roof? Potential for claims to be made against brokers should the FCA not secure a conclusive win in the test case? This one hour event will highlight the issues for brokers

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How to advise correctly on Business Interruption extensions and advanced loss of profit

  • Thu 24 Sep 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
    • Alan Chandler

This presentation looks specifically at BI extensions, the purpose of each one of them and how in each case an incident could give rise to a claim

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Webinar: LinkedIn training - intermediate

  • Mon 28 Sep 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
    • Nigel Cliffe, Value Exchange Ltd

This webinar will follow on from the introductory webinar and is intended for people who have attended that webinar or are already regular users of LinkedIn and wish to get more from it.

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Webinar: FCA Business Interruption Test Case - the judgement

  • Tue 06 Oct 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
  • Zoom - Webinar
    • Branko Bjelobaba

This comprehensive and interactive one-hour webinar will focus on the judgement following the FCA’s ground-breaking test case at the High Court. The hearing concluded on 30 July and the judges have agreed to hand down their judgement for mid September. Eight days have been spent analysing countless policy wordings and individual words and their everyday meanings

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