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In this IIL financial services lecture Mark Brownridge will talk about how financial planners can use EIS within a financial planning context and will break down some of the myths and misconceptions that surround EIS to help planners become confident in either starting to advise in this area or to increase their levels of business in this area.
Slowly but surely EIS is becoming accepted as a mainstream investment but for many planners can still be an area of advice where they don't feel confident giving advice to clients. But clients are seeing pension limits reduced, tax bills rise and are increasingly interested in small company investing. To help planners advise more comfortably in EIS and stop them losing clients or perhaps even gain new ones, this lecture will bust some of the myths of advising in EIS and will give practical advice as to how you can benefit both your clients and your business by understanding more about advising in EIS.
By the end of this lecture members would have gained an insight into:
- How to advise clients and undertake DD and research on EIS easily, quickly and effectively
- Practical ideas on how to advise in EIS compliantly and competently
- How you can develop your EIS proposition and give client scenarios where EIS can be used as part of a financial plan
Prior to becoming Director General of the EIS Association, Mark was Head of Research at Mazars, a leading UK financial planning firm. Mark is a CFP, Chartered Financial Planner, Chartered Wealth Manager and Fellow of the Personal Finance Society. Mark champions EIS investing within a financial planning context and is extremely passionate about promoting the industry.
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