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Wednesday 18 November 2020, Harrogate


At Rudding Park in Harrogate, Hotel Spa of the Year, AA 2019 - 2020.

A privately owned luxury hotel set in 300 acres of landscaped gardens and woodland, Rudding Park is the most beautiful hotel in Harrogate.

With 20 leading fund groups taking you on a tour of the markets and tackling the current and more traditional investment dilemmas, it's a great opportunity to develop your knowledge of the market and to gain up to the minute intelligence from fund managers.

With comments like 'the best investment conference of the year' from our 2019 event and 96% saying they would come again, our 2020 conference is not to be missed!

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