Seminar guests join FPC to consider…
A big thank you goes to more than 70 FPC clients who joined us at the Haydock Thistle on 22nd September for our ‘Where next? seminar – a topical question to consider in the light of profound shifts in the economic landscape and significant national and international events, like the political unrest in the Middle East and continuing fears of a Eurozone meltdown.
The enthusiasm made for a warm, lively and interactive atmosphere – and one of the best turnouts we’ve ever had.
As well as the FPC partners, Peter Stanyer – independent economist and renowned author, and Martin Brookes – Director of Prudential’s Portfolio Management were on-hand to share their expert knowledge and answer questions on an array of issues, including ‘are your banks safe?’ and ‘are we headed for a double-dip recession?”
“Interesting to see it from the perspective of ‘big picture’ investment decision making”
“A thoroughly interesting and informative morning, many thanks”
“Congratulations on the seminar yesterday which was very informative, well organised and interesting. It was also a pleasant and enjoyable event and thank you to you and the FPC team for your efforts and hospitality”
What we got right
- 94% felt the seminar was pitched at the right level
- 94% were happy with the venue location
- The majority felt annually was about the right frequency for our main client seminar, supplemented by topical workshops
What we can improve
Some guests would have appreciated the opportunity to get to know other guests and have a little more time for questions. We will certainly look at this when we plan future events, which according to the survey, should cover a broad range of areas, including investment planning, pensions & retirement and business planning.
There’s still time to complete our online survey
Your views and comments are valuable to us and we use them to improve all future events. If you attended the ‘Where next?’ seminar, but haven’t yet shared your views, we would really love to hear from you. Please take a couple of minutes to complete our online survey
If you need any follow up information, please contact Moira, Bernice or Mark. In the meantime, we are busy organising our 2012 seminar plans and will be in touch soon.