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What the election result will mean for your clients

What the election result will mean for your clients

We have a new government and unexpected clarity on the policy agenda, which will be forthcoming from a majority elected Conservative government able to implement its manifesto. But what will it all mean for you and your clients?

At midday today (15 May), make sure you visit FTAdviser to join a live Q&A with a panel of experts and find out what they think about the Labour defeat, the SNP rout in Scotland and policies which will follow the return of David Cameron to Number 10.

Alan Higham, retirement director at Fidelity Worldwide Investment, and George Bull, senior tax partner at Baker Tilly, will be on hand to answer your questions. We’ll also feature a range of interactive polls, comments, analysis and infographics.

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You will be able to ask live questions and comment on the discussion live on the page. You can also submit your thoughts on Twitter using the hashtag #FTAElectionDebate.

As a result of Mr Cameron gaining a majority in the House of Commons can we now expect swift delivery of an annuity re-sale market, a buoyant pound and more assistance for first-time buyers to get onto the property ladder?

Were you sad to see former pensions minister Steve Webb MP go, or just glad the Mansions Tax isn’t on the cards? Join us later today and let us know.

emma.hughes@ft.com