Budget Day Live 2012

by Accountancy Age Staff

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20 Mar 2012

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INCISIVE MEDIA's impressive range of brands serving the financial services sector will be collaborating on Budget Day to bring finance professionals the very best analysis of George Osborne's Budget statement.

Streamed LIVE across eight websites from our two state-of-the art studios in Soho the Budget Day Live programme will bring you the latest news and expert analysis. This free-to-view 90 minute programme will be fast-moving and scheduled perfectly to allow viewers to tune-in when their market sector is being covered.

3pm Retail Financial Services
3.15pm Pensions
3.30pm Mortgages
3.45pm Insurance
4pm Protection
4.15pm Tax and Business

Each topic will be introduced with the key news headline on how the Budget affects that sector followed by expert analysis, opinion and comment.

Throughout the programme there will be a live poll assessing the reaction of market professsionals to the Budget and viewers will also be able to send in questions for our experts in the studio to answer.

The programme will be live on the following Incisive Media websites and will also be available in archived format afterwards.


For further details and access to the site click here.

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