Being a Venue Sponsor

The purpose of this web page

 

This web page has been put together to provide organisations with information to help them decide whether they should become a Venue Sponsor for a Transparency Symposium. There is ample information but if any further details are wanted please get in touch through andy.agathangelou@transparencytaskforce.org

or +44 (0) 7501 460308. Thank you!

 

We start with some comments from previous participants and attendees:

Andrew D. Esctruth,

Associate Director for External Relations,

Center for Retirement Research at Boston College

 

"I would urge anyone concerned with improving the relationship between the financial industry, regulators, and consumers to attend a Transparency Task Force (TTF) symposium. This superb organization was started in the United Kingdom and has quickly established an impressive track record for raising awareness of the benefits of greater transparency in the provision of financial services, a prerequisite for building trust with consumers. The TTF events bring together a diverse group of experts with one common goal: to help the financial industry thrive by putting its clients first. This mission is vital in today’s environment in which the risk and responsibility for attaining retirement security has shifted away from institutions and to individuals."

Daniel Godfrey,

"Thinking about what's next";

Co-Founder of The People's Trust;

Former Chief Executive of the Investment Association

 

"Transparency Symposiums are a place where people who care about financial services and the important role they have to play can come to support and shape the future of transparency"

Jon Lukomnik,

Executive Director,

Investor Responsibility Research Institute

 

"The Transparency Symposium provides a unique and valuable lens through which to examine how to improve both the efficiency and resiliency of the financial system, for the good of investors, the industry and society.  The speakers are good, but it’s the interaction with the other attendees and the sense of purpose which differentiates it from every other financial meeting.  

The symposium cuts across the normal siloes in the financial sector, so that we can learn from each other, including a number of perspectives that often are not heard… but should be."

Simon Fletcher,

CEO,

Johnson Fleming

 

“A really great event covering a topic that that is not only gaining further traction in our market and with Government, but most importantly is of huge importance to our corporate clients and their employees"

Dr. Kara Tan Bhala,

President and Founder,

Seven Pillars Institute for Global Finance and Ethics

 

 "I attended and spoke at the Transparency Symposium in Boston on September 28th. The quality of speakers and the content of their talks were impressive in depth, scope and relevance of knowledge. The symposium provided a space for professionals to present their ideas and for everyone to meet and speak frankly with others who share the same purpose of improving financial practice and policy. Presenters were high-level executives, directors, and presidents of their companies. Attendees belonged in the top echelons of their fields. I forecast this and future symposia will lead to the fulfillment of Transparency Task Force goals, pushing financial services to new heights of ethical advancement. In sum, the symposium was a well-organized, friendly, and illuminating gathering of thought leaders and social justice advocates."

Stephen Davis,

Associate Director and

Senior Fellow, Programs on Corporate Governance and Institutional Investors, Harvard Law School

 

“TTF is all about equipping the capital market and its participants with tools they need to adapt to forces of change. Transparency is coming to the corporate and investor worlds, as it has hit other fields, as a result of public, regulatory, NGO, and social media pressure. TTF convenes professionals from diverse disciplines for collective brainstorming on how to make transparency into an asset.”

Judith Donnelly, 

Partner,

Squire, Patton Boggs

 

"The Transparency Symposiums are one of the few forums where regulators, industry representatives and academics can meet and discuss ideas and solutions in an open forum"

Executive summary

 

We run conferences, called Transparency Symposia. As we have no budget we are wholly reliant on the goodwill of organisations that have decided to become a Venue Sponsor to provide us with what we need.

 

Venue sponsors are very welcome to (but do not have to) provide the following:

 

 - Input on the ideal date of the Transparency Symposium

 - A speaker

 - A panelist

 - Input to the selection of the main theme for the event

 - Suggestions for other potential speakers and panelists at different organisations

 

We require:

 

  •  A room that can take 30 + delegates from 9:00 to 17:00
  •  Projector and screen
  •  Refreshments and catering on the day of the event, such as:
    • Hot and cold soft drinks, plus if possible croissants or similar at registration
    • Sandwich lunch with hot and cold soft drinks, plus if possible fruit/desert
    • Hot and cold soft drinks, plus if possible biscuits or similar at the afternoon break

 

In addition, the following would be the ‘icing on the cake’ but are not in any way a necessity:

 

  • A flipchart with pens, if available
  • Lectern or something similar for speakers, if available
  • Audio facilities, if available
  • Free Wi-Fi, if available
  • Post-event drinks such as beers, wine and soft drinks for post-event networking, if possible
  • Support with raising the profile of the event through social media channels and so on, if possible
  • A pre-event meal the evening before for speakers and panelist, if possible

 

Timings

 

 - Our Transparency Symposia normally start with registration/refreshments/networking at 9:00 for a 9:30 start.

 

 - We typically have a mid-morning break for 30 minutes at 11:00

 

 - We typically have lunch for about an hour at 13:00

 

 - We typically have a mid-afternoon break for 30 minutes at 15:00

 

 - The event typically ends at 17:00

 

If there is to be post-event drinks and networking, that part typically ends by 19:00 (but post-event drinks is a ‘nice to have’ and not a necessity)

 

About our Transparency Symposia

 

Our Transparency Symposia are thought leadership events designed to galvanise support for the idea that there ought to be greater transparency in financial services. They are a great way to define and share best practice and are characterised by engaging presentations, panel sessions and debates.

 

Furthermore, they are an excellent way for people to learn about the work of the Transparency Task Force; many of the volunteers in our 12 Teams were motivated to get involved as a consequence of attending a Transparency Symposium. 

 

Given the nature and purpose of the TTF and our Symposia, it is most likely to be organisations that want to help professionalise the sector that will volunteer to be a Venue Sponsor.     

 

Branding Matters

 

The logo of the Venue Sponsor is displayed on the event's web page and prominently on the Sponsors' slides at the event itself. We can be flexible and are happy to consider any specific branding preferences that you may have.  

 

The Media Matters

 

The Transparency Task Force has worked hard to develop a healthy relationship with the media and as a consequence we often have journalists from relevant publications attending our Transparency Symposia and writing about it. This is a very important part our awareness-raising strategy. 

 

Revenue Matters

 

The Transparency Task Force needs to generate revenues to help cover our operating costs so our events are pay-to-attend.

 

Assuming a one-day conference, the Standard Price Ticket is £245 (or the non-Sterling equivalent for events outside the UK) however we always have places available on a Reduced-Price Ticket basis, whereby individuals that genuinely cannot afford to pay the standard price are able to attend by paying as little as they need to, down to just £1 if genuinely necessary. This approach helps to prevent price being a barrier to participation for those on tight budgets.

 

Previous events

 

All of our previous events have been successful; the topic of the need for greater transparency is of great interest to progressively-minded, pro-consumer market participants, academics, politicians, campaigners, the media, regulators, thought leaders and so on.

 

We have always managed to bring together a great line-up of speakers. A good way to gauge the quality of our events is to consider the speakers we have had thus far at our Transparency Symposia, White Paper Events and our Transparency Strategy Summit, listed for you below in chronological order.

 

The first event shown is the pre-launch meeting that kicked everything off...

Pre-launch event: 6th May 2015, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: KAS Bank

 

Speaker:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force

[This was a pre-launch event to establish the level of interest in the creation of a new community dedicated to driving up the levels of transparency in financial services. It was held at Senate House, University of London]

Transparency Symposium #1: 7th October 2015, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: Dimensional Fund Advisors

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • David Pitt-Watson, Executive Fellow, The London Business School
  • Gurpreet Brar, General Manager, Edelman
  • Tomas Wijffels, Policy Advisor, The Dutch Association of Pension Funds
  • Gregg McClymont, Head of Retirement at Aberdeen Asset Management and Former Shadow Pensions Minister
  • Steve Kenzie, UK Lead, United Nations Global Compact
  • Steve Conley, Managing Director, Workplace Pensions Direct
  • Jonathan Parker, DC Lead, Dimensional Fund Advisors
  • Henrik Pedersen, Co-Founder, Clerus LLP
  • Sarah Wilson, Founder, Manifest
  • Barry Mack, Partner & Head of Governance, Hymans Robertson
  • Con Keating, Head of Research, Brighton Rock Group
  • Colin Meech, National Officer, Capital Stewardship Programme, UNISON
  • Jessica Clark, Campaigns & Policy Intern, Share Action
  • Ralph Frank, CEO, Charlton Frank
  • John Greenwood, Editor, Corporate Adviser
  • Jack Jones, News Editor, Professional Pensions

Transparency Symposium #2: 3rd February 2016, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: Newcastle University Business School, London

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • Amanda J. Broderick, Chief Executive Officer, Newcastle University
  • Dr. Anna Tilba, Lecturer in Strategy & Corp Governance, Newcastle University Business School
  • Professor Michelle Baddeley, Professor of Economics & Finance, University College, London
  • Daniel Godfrey, Former Chief Executive Officer, The Investment Association
  • Will Goodhart, Chief Executive, CFA Society of the UK
  • Pete Glancy, Head of Industry Development, Scottish Widows
  • Catherine Howarth, Chief Executive, ShareAction  
  • Mary Starks, Director of Competition, The Financial Conduct Authority
  • Tomas Wijffels, Policy Advisor, the Dutch Association of Pension Funds
  • Frits Meerdink, Manager Fund Management, PGGM Investments
  • Chris Connelly, Principal Consultant, Aquila Heywood
  • Judith Donnelly, Partner, Squire Patton Boggs
  • Guy Sears, Chief Executive, The Investment Association
  • Suresh Mistry, Group Sales Director, Alquity Investment Management Ltd
  • Jackie Beard, Director of Manager Research Services, EMEA, Morningstar
  • George Latham, Managing Partner and CIO, WHEB Listed Equity
  • Daniel Brooksbank, Editor, Responsible Investor
  • Jonathan Stapleton, Editor-in-Chief, Professional Pensions
  • Henry Tapper, Publisher, The Pension PlayPen

Transparency Symposium #3: 20th April 2016, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: Pinsent Masons

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • Robin Ellison, Professor of Law, Pinsent Masons LLP
  • Steve Webb, Director of Policy and External Communications, Royal London and Former Pensions Minister
  • Dr. Chris Sier FRSA, Co-MD, FiNexus
  • Steve Beloe DIC, CEnv, Partner, Head of Research, WHEB Asset Management LLP
  • Robin Powell, Editor, Evidence-Based Investor
  • Barry Gardiner MP, Shadow Minister for Energy & Climate Change
  • Rachel Haworth, Policy Officer, ShareAction
  • Eric Veldpaus, Strategy Director, Novarca Group
  • Paul Trickett, Chair, Railpen Investments
  • Hugh Wheelan, Managing Editor, Responsible Investor
  • Stephanie Baxter, News Editor, Professional Pensions

Transparency Symposium #4: 22nd June 2016, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: UNISON

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • The Rt Hon. Sir Vince Cable, Former Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills; Founder, The Centre for Progressive Capitalism
  • Jonathan Lipkin, Director of Public Policy, The Investment Association
  • Alexander Adamou, Fellow, The London Mathematical Laboratory
  • Alexander Schindler, President, European Fund & Asset Management Association & Member of the Executive Board Union Asset Management Holdings AG
  • Anthony Filbin, Group Chairman, Capital Cranfield Independent Pension Trustees
  • JB Beckett, UK Lead, The Association of Professional Fund Investors
  • Jackie Beard, Director of Manager Research Services EMEA, Morningstar
  • Robin Powell, Editor, Evidence Based Investor 
  • Jamie Jenkins, Head of Pensions Strategy, Standard Life
  • Angela Rayner MP, Shadow Minister for Pensions
  • Tom Tugendhat MBE, Member of Parliament for Tonbridge & Malling

White Paper Presentation #1 1st July 2016, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: Cardano Risk Management

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • David Pitt-Watson, Executive Fellow, London Business School
  • Michelle Cracknell, Chief Executive, The Pensions Advisory Service
  • Ralph Frank, CEO UK (DC), Cardano
  • Sue Lewis, Chair, The Financial Services Consumer Panel
[This event was about presenting a White Paper produced by the TTF's Costs & Charges Team, revealing the granular-level research that had been carried out by the Costs & Charges Team, to show the costs and charges in pensions and investments]

Transparency Strategy Summit #1 12th Sept. 2016, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: Houses of Parliament

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • Tom Tugendhat MBE, Member of Parliament for Tonbridge & Malling (Co-Chair)
  • Shirin Taghizadeh, Head of Pension Charges, The Department for Work & Pensions
  • Becky Young, Manager, Wholesale and Inv. Competition, the Financial Conduct Authority
  • Robin Finer, Head of Department, Competition, the FCA
  • Louise Sivyer, Policy Lead, Regulatory Policy Directorate, The Pensions Regulator
  • David Pitt-Watson, Executive Fellow, The London Business School
  • Michelle Cracknell, Chief Executive, The Pensions Advisory Service
  • Daniel Godfrey, Former Chief Executive, The Investment Association

[This event was about presenting a White Paper produced by the TTF's Costs & Charges Team and focusing on the question:

"What more can we collectively do to protect the interests of the UK's pension-saving public from the adverse effects of hidden costs & charges"]

Transparency Symposium #5 22nd September 2016, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: Dimensional Fund Sdvisors

 

Speakers & panelists:

 

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • Tim Brown, Head of Consultant Relations, EMEA, Dimensional Fund Advisors Ltd
  • Gregg McClymont, Head of Retirement Savings, Aberdeen Asset Management
  • Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, Royal Society of Arts
  • Gina Miller, Co-Founder SCM Direct & Founder, True & Fair Campaign
  • Margaret Snowdon OBE, Chair, Pensions Administration Standards Association
  • David Rich, CEO Accurate Data Services Ltd
  • Phil Brown, Head of Policy, LV=

Transparency Symposium #6 12th October 2016, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: Squire Patton Boggs

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • Robin Powell, Editor, Evidence-Based Investor
  • Daniel Godfrey, Co-Founder, The People’s Trust
  • Henry Tapper, Publisher, The Pension PlayPen
  • Dan Brocklebank, Head of UK, Orbis Investments
  • Alex Letts, Chief UnBanking Officer, U Account
  • Louise Sivyer, Policy Lead, Policy Directorate, The Pensions Regulator
  • Shazia Afghan, Litigation & Contentious Regulatory Lawyer, Epikeia Consulting Ltd
  • Philip Miller, Founder, Pensions Focus
  • Janice Turner, Co-Chair, Association of                        Member-Nominated Trustees
  • David Weeks, Co-Chair, Association of                        Member-Nominated Trustees
  • Sophia Morrell, Independent Media Consultant

Transparency Symposium #7 16th November 2016, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: Dimensional Fund Advisors

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • Daniel Godfrey, Co-Founder, The People’s Trust; Former Chief Executive Officer, The Investment Association
  • John Moret, Chairman, Investor in Customers & Principal, MoretoSIPPS
  • Julius Pursaill, Independent Governance Consultant & NED, Byhiras Trust
  • Adam French, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Scalable Capital
  • Philip Miller, Founder, Pension Focus
  • Tim Brow, Head of Consultant Relations, EMEA, Dimensional Fund Advisors
  • Barbara Fryzel PhD, DSc, Economist and Associate Professor of Management, Jagiellonian University

Transparency Symposium #8 14th December 2016, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: Aberdeen Asset Management

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • Campbell Fleming, Global Head of Distribution, Aberdeen Asset Management
  • Dr. Chris Sier, Director, FiNexus
  • Becky Young, Manager, Wholesale & Investment Competition, The Financial Conduct Authority
  • Robin Finer, Head of Department, Competition, The Financial Conduct Authority
  • Tony Daughton, Financial Analyst, The Financial Conduct Authority
  • Tim Giles, Head of Investment Consulting, Aon Hewitt
  • Mike Barrett, Consulting Director, The Lang Cat
  • Abraham Okusanya, Director, FinalytiQ Ltd
  • Con Keating, Head of Research, Brighton Rock Group
  • David Weeks, Co-Chair, Association of Member Nominated Trustees
  • Henrik Pedersen, Co-Founder, Clerus
  • JB Beckett, UK Lead, Association of Professional Fund Investors
  • Dan Brocklebank, Head of UK, Orbis Investments
  • Philip Miller, Co-Founder, Pensions Focus
  • Sophie Marjanac, Lawyer, Client Earth
  • Sunil Chadda, Director, Cairn Consulting Ltd
  • Helena Morrissey CBE, Chair, The Investment Association; Chair, Newton Investment Management; Chair, IPPR’s Commission for Economic Justice; Founder, The 30% Club

Transparency Symposium #9 8th February 2017, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: Dimensional Fund Advisors

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • Tim Brown, VP, Head of UK Institutional and EMEA Consultant Relations, Dimensional Fund Advisors
  • Jeremy Fawcett, Head of Direct, Platforum
  • Wolfram Klingler, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, XTP AG Implementation Solutions
  • Alexander Adamou, Fellow, London Mathematical Laboratory
  • Con Keating, Head of Research, Brighton Rock Group
  • William L. Lipsey, President, PZena Investment Management
  • Dan Norman, Joint Founder & CEO, TCF Investments
  • Dan Brocklebank, Head of UK, Orbis Investments
  • David Knox, Senior Partner, Mercer, Australia (short introductory video)
  • Ian Fryer, Head of Research, Chant West, Australia (short introductory video)
  • Paul Secunda, Professor of Law and Director, Labor and Employment Law Program, Marquette University, USA (short introductory video)
  • Daniel Godfrey, Co-Founder, The People's Trust
  • David Pitt-Watson, Executive Fellow, The London Business School
  • Campbell Edgar, Head of Financial Planning, CISI
  • JB Beckett, UK Lead, Association of Professional Fund Investors
  • Kay Ingram, Director of Financial Planning, LEBC Group
  • Mike Barrett, Consulting Director, The Lang Cat
  • Philip Miller, Founder, Pensions Focus
  • James Sore, Chief Investment Officer, Fund Twenty8 
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Transparency Symposium #10 17th May 2017, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: Pension Insurance Corporation

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • David Pitt-Watson, Executive Fellow, London Business School
  • Tracy Blackwell, Chief Executive, PIC
  • Catherine Howarth, Chief Executive, ShareAction
  • Tony Greenham, Director, the RSA
  • Nico Aspinall, Chair, Resource & Environment Board, Institute & Faculty of Actuaries
  • Nick Silver, Managing Director, Callund Consulting
  • Steve Conley, MD, Workplace Pensions Direct
  • Henry Tapper, Founder, Pension PlayPen
  • Leon Kamhi, Head of Responsibility at Hermes
  • Hugh Wheelan, Managing Editor, Responsible Investor Magazine
  • Steve Conley, Managing Director, Workplace Pensions Direct
  • John Hunter, Chairman, UK Shareholders Association
  • Morgan Slebos, Senior Policy Analyst, Principles for Responsible Investment 
  • Julia Dreblow, Founder, sriServices & Fund EcoMarket 
  • Kathy Ryan, Head of Institutional Investor Relationships, Carbon Tracker Initiative  
  • Matthew Arends, Partner, Aon Hewitt
  • Tim Sharp, Pensions Policy Officer, TUC
  • Nicholas Morris, Adjunct Professor, New South Wales
  • Professor Frank McGroarty, Director, Centre for Digital Finance, University of Southampton
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White Paper Presentation #2 26th June 2017, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: Houses of Parliament

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • Lord Cromwell
  • Alex Letts, Chief UnBanker, U Account

[This event was about presenting a White Paper produced by the TTF's Banking Team, recommending sensible reforms in the way the banks present costs to customers and standardising terms used]

Transparency Symposium #11 5th July 2017, London.

 

Venue Sponsor: IG Group

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • Peter Hetherington, Group Chief Executive Officer, IG Group
  • Becky Young, Manager, Competition Department, Financial Conduct Authority
  • Robin Finer, Head of Department, Competition, Financial Conduct Authority
  • Mike Barrett, Consulting Director, The Lang Cat
  • Larry Bates, Consultant, The Wealth Game
  • Mark Northway, Consultant, Sparrows Capital
  • Dan Brocklebank, Head of UK, Orbis Investments
  • Barbara Saunders, Managing Director, Solutions, P-Solve
  • Daniel Godfrey, Founder, The People's Trust
  • Martin White, Board Member, UK Shareholders' Association
  • Leon Kamhi, Head of Responsibility, Hermes Investment Management
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Transparency Symposium #12 13th September 2017, London

 

Venue Sponsor: Morningstar

 

Speakers & panelists:

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • Jackie Beard, Director of Manager Research Services, EMEA, Morningstar 
  • Andrew Clare, Professor of Asset Management & Associate Dean, Cass Business School
  • Tony Greenham, Director of Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing, RSA
  • David Pitt-Watson, Executive Fellow, London Business Schoo
  • Leandros Kalisperas, Economist & Independent Consultant
  • Andrew Mills, Founder, Insight Financial Research
  • Martin White, Board Director, UK Shareholders Association
  • Markus Krebsz, Independent Consultant
  • Geoff Tily, Senior Economist, Economics & Social Affairs Departmemt, TUC
  • Henry Leveson-Gower, Founder, ‘10 Years After'
  • Marloes Nicholls, Innovation Programme Manager, Finance Innovation Lab
  • Fran Boait, Executive Director, Positive Money
  • Ashley Kovas, Senior Regulatory Intelligence Expert, Thomson Reuters
  • Stuart Woollard, Managing Partner, OM Services; Co-Founder, The Maturity Institute
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Transparency Symposium #13 28th Sept. 2017, Boston MA.

 

Venue Sponsor: Mercer

 

Speakers & panelists

  • Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Transparency Task Force
  • Rachel Wheeler, Principal, Global Business Solutions, Mercer
  • Richard Field, Director, Institute for Financial Transparency
  • Stephen Davis, Associate Director and Senior Fellow, Programs on Corporate Governance and Institutional Investors, Harvard Law School
  • Jon Lukomnik, Executive Director, Investor Responsibility Research Institute; Managing Partner, Sinclair Capital
  • Knut A. Rostad, Founder & President, Institute for the Fiduciary Standard
  • Andrew D. Esctruth, Associate Director for External Relations, Center for Retirement Research at Boston College
  • Dr. Kara Tan Bhala, President and Founder, Seven Pillars Institute for Global Finance and Ethics  
  • George Kinder, Founder, The Kinder Institute of Life Planning
  • Nils Jonson, Consultant, Broadridge Financial Solutions
  • Matthew Murray, Chair & Co-Founder, Center for Business Ethics & Corporate Governance
  • Robert Powell, Editor, Retirement Weekly
  • Helene Spoto, Operations Manager, Sentry Financial Planning
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For further information about becoming a Venue Sponsor pease please get in touch through andy.agathangelou@transparencytaskforce.org

or +44 (0) 7501 460308. Thank you!

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