Join us at 1pm on 27 September for a lunch-hour Assembly when we’ll be exploring the topic of capacity for loss.
We’ll be asking what it is, what it isn’t, and why it should be a paraplanner’s BFF* (if it isn’t already).
To do it, we’ll be joined by the Assembly’s own BFF, Patrick Ingram from Parmenion. In just 60 minutes, we expect to cover some really interesting issues including:
Capacity for loss and attitude to risk. What’s the difference?
Even though the combination of a client’s capacity for loss and their attitude to risk are significant factors when you’re working on a case, Patrick will show why both ideas are so different – and what that means for clients.
Get busy with client balance sheets
We’ll dig into ideas like ‘client balance sheet’ and ‘wealth ratios’ and explore how they offer both strategic and practical ways to settle on an investment approach that fits their financial position.
We’ll explore the idea of a ‘safety margin’. What is it? And how does the idea help insulate clients from financial risks while still allowing them the flexibility to adapt their strategy through life’s ups and downs?
When capacity for loss is such a significant feature of the day job, this a great chance to catch up with the latest thinking.
Fancy coming along? Then tap the ‘Save my spot’ button now.
*BFF = best friend forever