London MAG Livestream – 29/11/2019 *New time*

By Isabelle (IMA) in on Nov 21, 2019

The London Money Advice Group will be meeting on 29 November. We’re hoping to livestream the following speakers between 13:45 and 15:15:

  • Phil Denton, a Director at Which Way and a financial solutions provider, talking about how pensions can be used as a debt solution
  • Zoe Scott from Auriga Services talking about the Thames Water Customer Assistance Fund.

Please be aware that timings are TBC but we will update if possible.

You can register for the livestream here.

Comments

Stuart Goodman said:

My thanks to Chris Bott for travelling to London to live stream today's meeting.
I understand that 35 people registered to live stream - coincidentally, the same number of those who came to the meeting.
I've asked for feedback of the live stream experience and I'll post responses here.

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