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How retirement advice is changing

How retirement advice is changing

How has your advice changed since radical retirement reforms were announced and how might it change in the months ahead?

Do you want to learn new ways to handle inappropriate requests to pillage life savings and know how best to blend various retirement income options to sustain your clients through their twilight years?

Then make sure you tune in to FTAdviser’s third live On Air video webinar tomorrow at 12pm, which will focus on the radical reforms to the at-retirement market and how they could affect the way you give advice.

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In the mean time, please send us any questions you’d like us to put to our expert panel, by emailing emma.hughes@ft.com. We will also be taking live questions during the debate via a dedicated debate feed and through the Twitter hastag #FTAOnAir.

The panel includes Billy Burrows of Retirement Intelligence and Key Retirement Solutions, Robin Ellison, head of strategic development for pensions at Pinsent Masons, and Maria Municchi, multi-asset investment specialist at M&G Investments.

This unique session will last 30 minutes and comprise a combination of video masterclasses on the key areas of the reforms - including the widest review of retirement income sources, pension transfers and models to provide ‘blended’ solutions - alongside a live debate.

This event does not require registration, simply visit the FTAdviser On Air page on Friday lunchtime via links that promoted here and by email.

After the event, click the CPD button to answer a series of contextual questions on the video and bank the session as structured learning, through our CII-accredited CPD Tracker.

emma.hughes@ft.com