Accountants and Financial Planners Briefing
Binding Financial Agreements
Thursday, 9 February 2017

Our first Accountants' & Financial Planners briefing for 2017 will look at the reasons why you might suggest a BFA for a client and highlight some of the issues surrounding their application and interpretation.

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