FTAdviser is proud to be teaming up with the Pimfa Annual Summit as lead media partner, as the conference returns for its nineteenth year on October 16.
The conference, which is dedicated to the investment management and financial advice industry, will take place in London's County Hall and is available to members and non-members to attend.
It will feature David Ellis, CEO of rugby union team Harlequins and Chris Packham CBE, conservationist and TV presenter, as keynote speakers, alongside an array of industry experts, regulators and policy makers, and senior figures in the financial services sector.
It will hear from the Financial Conduct Authority, Quilter, The Impact Investing Institute, BNY Mellon Pershing, Coutts & Co, Coriolis Technologies, Netwealth, Boring Money, and others through a series of keynote addresses, breakout sessions, panel talks and workshops.
The 2019 CISI accredited program provides delegates with the opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the issues that impact the investment management and financial advice sector.
Topics under the microscope will include the future of wealth, politics and the UK economy; leadership; innovation; the regulatory landscape, ESG investing; and leadership and wellbeing.
Pimfa CEO Liz Field, said: “We are extremely pleased to be able to hold the annual summit again – the event continues to grow from strength to strength each year, and is committed to supporting and developing financial service professionals across the UK.
"We are focused on providing an educational programme that provides an informative, engaging and entertaining insight in to the industry as well as new opportunities to learn from and network with peers.”
Keynote speaker Mr Ellis has been CEO at Harlequins for the past eight years.
He will be sharing his experience while leading the rugby union team and discuss how under his leadership changes to both the club’s culture and focus on increasing their commercial offering has led to it thriving in the modern digital era.
Mr Packham is one of the UK’s leading naturalists, former presenter of both BBC Springwatch and The Really Wild Show, photographer and author and will be discussing the wide ranging impacts of climate change and how our industry can make a positive difference.