Income for all

Delivering stronger returns in a zero interest world

The depreciation of sterling following the UK’s decision to vote for Brexit is set to lead to higher inflation this year.

Wages are widely expected to fail to match the pace of inflation in 2017.

With household incomes set to be squeezed by higher inflation and the Bank of England expected to maintain the base rate at a record low, investors will want their investments to deliver more income in 2017.

This event will explore:

What does a base rate close to zero mean for your client’s wealth? 
Are rates moving close to zero a threat to the global economy?
Should your clients overpay their mortgages, fix their retirement income or consider inflation beating investments in 2017?
How important will tax advantageous investments be in a low interest rate environment? 

This event will deliver a battle plan for your clients and explain how to prepare their finances for inflation and interest rates close to zero per cent in 2017.

Dates and venues:

Exeter – 16th May, Sandy Park

Harrogate – 18th May, Rudding Park Hotel

London – 23rd May, ETC venues, Marble Arch

Birmingham – 25th May, NEC

Register now, places are on a first come first served basis. 

*Please note the event is for financial intermediaries only.*
The FT reserve the right to cancel your place should you not fit the delegate profile

Please contact if you require any further information. 

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