The Retirement Money Show will take place on Wednesday 13th June at the America Square Conference Centre, 1 America Square, 17 Crosswall, London, EC3N 2LB.
The principal aim of the Show is to help educate, empower and inform all people interested in their retirement.
When: Wednesday, 13th June 2018 from 12:30 to 17:30
Where: America Square Conference Centre, 1 America Square, 17 Crosswall, London, EC3N 2LB

Why you should attend

    Discover
     
    Discover more about the most important retirement issues and how best to manage your hard-earned money. The show is suitable for people still in employment and wanting to better understand financial planning, as well as those already in retirement looking to get the most from their pension and other assets.
     
    Learn about: 
     
    Managing cash flow & liquidity in retirement
    Balancing competing near - and long-term financial demands
    Living your life during retirement years
    Making sure you retire on the best income.
    Personal pensions – your guide to managed or self-investing.
    ISAs – an alternative to pensions.
    Long term managed income through Funds and Investment Trusts.
     
    If these are some of the many retirement planning questions that apply to you, then you need to join us at the Retirement Money Show.
     

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    A Retirement Money Show goody bag when you attend!

Are you retirement ready? Come to the Retirement Money Show to find out more about retirement planning. All attendees receive a goody bag and will be entered into prize draws
 
It's no fun getting old when you're worried about running out of money, so have you a financial plan for the possibility of living to be 100? Did you know that the current average retirement age is 64yrs old and that the average life expectancy is now 81yrs old. To put this into perspective you might have to plan your retirement pot to last 17years. 
 
Come along to the Retirement Money Show, the London-based afternoon event run  by Shares and AJ Bell Media which takes place in June 2018 and features expert pension and financial speakers who will help investors better understand pensions and savings .
 
Register for free today and receive your Retirement Money Show goody bag when you arrive!
 
All attendees will receive a goody bag which includes:
 
 
 
A Mag-Lite Solitaire Incandescent Torch in a presentation box. Weighing less than one ounce (with battery) and about three inches in length, the Solitaire® 1- AAA torch offers the same precision engineering and craftsmanship found in every Mag-Lite® flashlight. With its unique shape, the Solitaire® flashlight fits conveniently into pockets, purses, etc.
 
 
 
 
The new DIY Investor digital e-book written by Andy Bell, CEO of AJ Bell (RRP £17.99)
Investing expert Andy Bell shows you how to plan your financial future in this updated edition of his bestselling guide to do-it-yourself investing. Andy shows you how to build a long-term investment portfolio using a range of low-cost, tax-efficient strategies. He provides expert guidance and industry insights suitable for first-time investors and those who are more experienced.
 
 
 
 
PLUS all attendees will be entered into free prize draws for:
 
Two tickets to the Windsor Enclosure at Royal Ascot on Saturday 23 June 2018. The Royal Meeting’s spectacular heritage, unlike any other, has made the event anticipated and revered the world over. Enjoy close-up views of the Royal Procession as it journeys past the stylish lawns of the Windsor Enclosure. This is the enclosure the horses past first on their way down the home straight when racing begins. It is here that the roar of the crowd starts in earnest, creating an unforgettable atmosphere.
 
 
Two weekend tickets to the Ideal Home Show at Christmas on 24/25 November 2018 at Olympia, London. Across the show, there is so much to see and do to keep you entertained as well as providing you with ideas and inspiration for your home at Christmas! The show will cover the following topics: festive food and drink, Christmas gifts, Christmas decorations, home improvements, interiors, technology, fashion and beauty
 
 
 
Two tickets to the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show on Saturday 7 July 2018. The Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) largest flower festival will return to the grounds of Hampton Court Palace this year with an exciting new line-up. The festival will celebrate iconic horticulture and include an immersive feature taking visitors on a journey through time to explore the evolution of plants. Other highlights will include the annual Festival of Roses which will see a cornucopia of colours and scents.
 
 
Discover
 
Discover more about the most important retirement issues and how best to manage your hard-earned money. The show is suitable for people still in employment and wanting to better understand financial planning, as well as those already in retirement looking to get the most from their pension and other assets.
 
Our speakers will be covering topics that are relevant to both those already in retirement and those who are still in work.
 
 
Knowing how to manage your pension pot – either in preparation for later life or during retirement – is one of the big challenges facing millions of people today and a central theme to the free to attend Retirement Money Show. It is one of a number of topics that we will discuss during the afternoon, so come along to the event armed with questions as there will be a wide range of people happy to talk to you.
 
You will have the opportunity to ask questions to most of the speakers and to interact with specialists in savings, income, funds, ISAs and Pensions/SIPPs on the exhibition stands.
 
If you are new to the world of investing and pensions, don’t think this event is only for financially-savvy people with years of experience in buying stocks, shares and funds. We purposely created an event that will serve the needs of both amateurs and experienced investors.
 
 
The Retirement Money Show is free to attend; you simply need to register in advance to secure your ticket. Please click here to order your free ticket and tell your friends to come along to the afternoon event which is being held on 13 June 2018 between 12.30 and 17.30 at the America Square Conference Centre, 1 America Square, 17 Crosswall, London, EC3N 2LB. It is well served by public transport with several tube stations on its doorstep.
 
Presentations: 
 
Growth From Different Perspectives - John Carnegie, The Monks Investment Trust, Partner - Baillie Gifford
 
Behave Yourself: Beware the ‘Investor Behaviour Penalty’ - Dan Brocklebank, Head of UK - Orbis Investments
 
Presentation by Katy Thorneycroft, Fund Manager of JPMorgan Multi-Asset Trust plc - J.P. Morgan Asset Management
 
Financials: the Forgotten Engine of the Global Economy - Nick Brind, Fund Manager of Polar Capital Financials Trust - Polar Capital
 
Presentation by James Smith, Senior Marketing Manager - ThinCats
 
Executorship – ‘The Process and the Pitfalls’ - Patrick Haines, Regional Director - Close Brothers Asset Management
 
Property vs Shares; a new take on an old question - Paul Mahoney, MD & Founder - Nova Financial
 
Should I stay or should I go? A guide to defined benefit pension transfers - Tom Selby, Senior Analyst - AJ Bell
 
Investing for retirement income - Paul Stallard, Commercial Director - The House Crowd
 
 
Event Investment Disclaimer
 
The presentations made at the event are intended for educational purposes only and as such are not a solicitation, endorsement or recommendation to make an investment based on the contents.  Where investment types are mentioned please be aware there are other options available. The value of investments and any income from them may go down as well as up.  You may not get back all of your original investment. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance.
 
Opinions expressed in these seminars are those of the presenters, and not the event organisers.  The event organiser accepts no liability for any losses caused by the use of this information. If there is any doubt over the suitability of a particular investment then you should seek independent advice.  Tax treatment depends on the individual circumstances of each person and may be subject to change in the future.
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