Tenet has revealed further details of its 2012 annual conferences.
They will end with a motivational session, featuring a group of 2012 Great Britain Olympic hopefuls led by Paralympic gold medallist, Sarah Storey.
As the countdown to RDR gathers pace, Storey and her fellow athletes will draw a parallel between that and their preparations for the London Games, which open on 27 July.
Other details include the opening session of the day from Tenet’s interim CEO, Martin Greenwood, followed by Ernst & Young executive director, Malcolm Kerr, who will be examining the future financial services landscape.
There will also be an adviser masterclass led by Million Dollar Round Table participant and Tenet member, Bhupinder Anand.
Advisers can choose between separate breakout seminars on either investments & pensions or mortgage & protection in the afternoon, before everyone reconvenes for the presentation of Tenet’s adviser and provider awards.
Taking place on 24 January in Leeds and 26 January in Windsor, the events are free and open to non-Tenet advisers.
Keith Richards, group distribution and development director, said: “Our objective is to provide an informative and insightful event