ABCUL: The Northern Money Conference 2012
Thursday, 5 July 2012
The Northern Money Conference 2012
Start: 5th July
Location: Art & Design Academy, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool
The Northern Money Conference 2012 has grown to become the largest conference in Britain to address issues concerning the financial health and wellbeing of low and moderate-income households.
This year’s event is the fifth financial inclusion conference to take place in Liverpool since 2006.
All costs include a buffet lunch and morning and afternoon refreshments.
Full Delegate £90
Concessionary Rate £40
Bookings are now being taken. Download the PDF brochure for more details.
Closing Date - Wednesday 27th June 2012
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David Cameron attempted to stymie the talk of currency wars dominating the agenda as the G20 summit in Seoul seeks to find a lasting solution to the financial crisis.
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