4th Edition IFRS 17 Forum 2019

4th Edition IFRS 17

24 September, 2019 | London

Reviewing the latest IFRS 17 trends including finalising plans, timelines and implementation

Exploring approaches, timelines and triggers to
begin adoption

Understanding how IFRS 17 can create links to the financial reporting process

Providing a user perspective on the contractual service

Reviewing the various system requirements and the ability to adapt
legacy systems

Identifying efficient team set up, internal operations, recruitment
and responsibility

Explaining the possible impacts of IFRS 17 to investors, shareholders
and rating agencies


Alexandre Tzenev
Head of Structuring EMEA
SCOR Global Life


Rahul Verma
IFRS 17 Methodology Lead
Just Group plc


Jo Clube
Group Technical Accounting Director


Remo Cavegn
Finance Program Director
Allianz SE


Bernhard Klinger
Head of Actuarial Development


Tanya Boyd
Head of Actuarial
Skandia Group  


Elena Rodriguez
IFRS 17 Project Director – Finance Dry Run and Transition


Peter Telford
Group Enterprise Risk Director
Legal & General

Why attend?

IFRS 17 continues to produce several challenges as firms gear up for final implementation. Thus far the timelines surrounding the new reporting standard have been uncertain and recently the industry was granted a one year extension. This deferral has allowed firms to gain extra time to further enhance their programs and plan for transition. However several unanswered questions remain and firms require further clarification in order to successfully trial dry runs and finalise planning. The IFRS 17 Forum will provide a platform from the industry’s leading professionals to discuss and debate the key opportunism and challenges surrounding the standard. Throughout the compact and concise on day gathering attendees will gain insight on various topics including timelines, transition & implementation, CSM, IT systems, impact on customers and much more.


Can your organisation contribute? Please contact the Center for Financial Professionals today to discuss how we can deliver your thought-leadership at the event, help you generate leads, and provide you with unique networking and branding opportunities. For more information on what we can offer, please contact sales@cefpro.com or call us on +44 (0) 20 7164 6582 where a member of the team will be happy to tailor the right package for you.

08:15 Registration and breakfast

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

Moderator: Dr. Daniel Trzesniak, Head IFRS 17 Initiative, Systemorph AG

09:00 Reviewing the consequences of the deferred implementation date and how firms have adapted their plans and timelines

  • Impact on resources
  • Strategic postponement – halting operations to await industry development
    • Saving on resources and future amendments
  • Risk of postponement on investor relations
  • Using extra time to enhance operations
  • Brexit impact – final requirement and regulators
  • Being ready for the revised implementation date
  • Potential for further extensions

Andrew Halim, Head of Accounting Policy, Hiscox
Elena Rodriguez, IFRS 17 Project Director – Finance Dry Run and Transition, Zurich
Bernhard Klinger, Head of Actuarial Development, Bupa
Daniel Gaffney, Partner, Deloitte Dublin

09:40 Exploring techniques and methodologies around implementing the standard

  • Consistency across the industry
  • Technical impact on the balance sheet
  • Consequences of methodologies
    •  Changes to profit
  • Risk adjustment
  • Discount rates

Rahul Verma, Methodology Lead, Just Group

10:15 Discussing the various transitional and implementation challenges including approaches, timelines and triggers to begin adoption

  • Centralise vs localise implementation
  • Data integration challenges between departments
  • Main system implementation obstacles
  • Conducting parallel runs
  • How the finance function may be affected

Elena Rodriguez, IFRS 17 Project Director – Finance Dry Run and Transition, Zurich

10:50 Morning refreshment break and networking

11:20 IFRS 17 Implementation: Experience from various projects: Status and learnings

  • Status of ongoing implementation projects
  • Challenges and solutions
  • Dos and don’ts
  • Demo

Dr. Roland Bürgi, Founder & CEO, Systemorph AG

11:55 Reviewing the Contractual Service Margin (CSM) and providing a user perspective

  • CSM at transition
  • Calculating CSM on day one
  • Cash flows movements impacting the CSM
  • Allocation over the term of a contract – impact on profit
  • IT systems implementation

Remo Cavegn, Finance Program Director, Allianz SE

12:30 Providing a perspective and insight on the ability to successfully deploy IFRS 17

  • Addressing the data and process challenges arising from the reporting regime
  • Steering the business in an IFRS 17 environment; statutory, regulatory and financial planning and reporting
  • Maintaining pace within an environment of uncertainty; emerging views on reinsurance, analysis of movement and expense allocations
  • IFRS 17 as a catalyst to start moving towards a modernised, digital finance function

Sufyan Khan, EMEA Analytics Solution Consulting Director, Oracle
Matthew Winfield, Director, PwC

1:05 Lunch break and networking

2:05 Management of IFRS 17 effects before, at and after first time adoption

  • Explanation of explicit and implicit application choices of IFRS 17
  • Impact on results and capital
  • Interaction with the asset side

Andreas Huthmann, Managing Partner, FAS AG

2:40 Reviewing the uncertainty surrounding re-insurance strategy and the ability to progress without final guidance

  • Mismatch between re-insurance policy and underwriting policy
  • Allocating protection against onerous contracts
  • Treatment of longevity swaps
  • Re-insurance design to alleviate IFRS 17 effects

Alexandre Tzenev, Head of Structuring EMEA, SCOR Global Life

3:15 Elaborating on the IFRS 17 system requirements and the ability to adapt legacy systems and reporting

  • Creating a flexible system plan – in house vs external
  • Bridging the gap between IFRS 4 and IFRS 17
  • Level of granularity required
  • Preparing warehouses for scrutiny
    • Data warehouses
  • Capturing and tracking data
    • Calculating historic CSM
    • Joining up actuarial and accounting data
  • Bundling policies together to report as a group
  • Aggregation
  • Building and defining systems in time for dry runs

Tanya Boyd, Head of Actuarial, Skandia Group

3:50 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

4:20 Exploring how IFRS 17 affects risk management

  • Strategic risk management: Now and after implementation
  • Decision making: Risk-reward equations that could change
  • Measuring risk: Key risk metrics, impacts, and tolerances under IFRS 17
  • Mitigating risk: Potential actions now and in the future

Peter Telford, Group Enterprise Risk Director, Legal & General

4:55 Explaining the possible IFRS 17 impacts to investors, shareholders and rating agencies

  • Changes to the profile & recognition of profit
    • Explaining profitable/non-profitable portfolios
    • Creating greater understanding of products under IFRS 17
  • Mitigating against shareprice drops
  • Ensuring rating agencies correctly represent the views of the shareholders
  • Reporting on both frameworks and comparing numbers
  • Helping clients manage their accounting profitability

Varun Verma, Head of Solvency II Reporting, AIG
Hadley Cohen, European Insurance Equity Analyst, Deutsche Bank
Jo Clube, Group Technical Accounting Director, Aviva

5:35 Chair’s closing remarks & end of Forum & Networking Drinks Reception

Tanya Boyd, Head of Actuarial, Skandia Group

Tanya Boyd is currently the Head of Actuarial at Skandia Group, one of Sweden’s largest pension and life mutual insurers. Tanya is responsible for valuation and accounting of Group technical provisions amounting to 430 billion SEK. Tanya has 20 years of experience with the largest insurance companies in the nordic market of which 11 years were with Alecta, occupational pensions mutual. She was also engaged with BNP Paribas Nordic and Länsförsäkringar AB in the various roles of leading actuary, senior Risk management and Governance.
Tanya has been heavily involved in actuarial valuation models, implementation of Solvency II and IFRS 17 as well as extensive commercial activities. Tanya holds a degree in Economics and is a member of the Swedish Society of Actuaries. She is an active representative of the Swedish insurance branch in dialog with regulators and legislators.

Dr. Roland Bürgi
Dr. Roland Bürgi, Founder & CEO, Systemorph AG

For over a decade Roland worked as a business architect in the reinsurance industry, designing models, business processes and software systems for pricing, internal models, economic scenario generation, and operational risk. Noticing the lack of standard software in this area, Roland founded Systemorph to provide an agile software platform serving the needs of the financial industry for managing business data.

Remo Cavegn, Finance Program Director, Allianz SE

Since September 2016 Remo has been the Program Director at Allianz SE, Munich leading the harmonized implementation of IFRS 9 and IFRS 17 across Allianz Group. Plus contributing towards the standardization and digitalization of actuarial and finance processes and systems across Allianz Group. Previously Remo was also Global Head of Accounting and Reporting at Allainz Partners, Paris and Head of Accounting and Tax at Allianz Suisse Insurance Company Ltd, Zurich. Just some of Remo’s educational achievements include MAS in Taxation / LL.M.  Taxation, Swiss and MAS Accounting and Finance.

Hadley Cohen, European Insurance Equity Analyst, Deutsche Bank

Hadley Cohen is an analyst in Deutsche Bank’s European Insurance team. He joined in September 2013 from another sell side institution, where he covered the sector for seven years with a focus on Large Cap composites, Reinsurance and the Nordic insurers. Previously, Hadley was an interest rate futures trader. He is a CFA Charterholder and holds a MSc in Applicable Mathematics from the London School of Economics as well as a BSc in Mathematics with Modern Languages from UCL

Jo Clube, Group Technical Accounting Director, Aviva

Jo Clube is the Accounting Policy Development Lead at Aviva PLC, responsible for policy and developments for IFRS, focusing particularly on IFRS 17, the new standard for insurance contracts. Based in London, Jo sits on ICAEW’s Financial Reporting Committee and Insurance sub-committee and has been involved for more than 10 years with the ABI Financial Reporting Committee and the CFO Forum accounting working groups. An expert in Insurance accounting, Jo was recently appointed to the IASB’s IFRS 17 Transition Resource Group.

Jo has been at Aviva since 2004 and has held numerous roles across the organisation including Group Tax Reporting Director, Head of Performance Analysis and Head of Accounting Developments.

A Chartered Accountant with more than 20 years experience, Jo originally joined Aviva to provide accounting technical expertise during the Group’s transition to IFRS, prior to that she was a member of Pricewaterhouse Cooper’s accounting technical team. Originally from Northern Ireland, Jo was educated at the University of Edinburgh gaining a BSc (Hons) in Molecular Biology.

Daniel Gaffney
Daniel Gaffney, Partner, Deloitte Dublin

Danny Gaffney is a Partner in Deloitte Dublin with significant experience in Finance Transformation.

Danny is a finance specialist with extensive experience with large finance transformations specialising the areas of finance strategy, shared services, finance org re-design and financial accounting. He has significant experience in advising large multinational clients across a number of industries such as banking, insurance, foods & ingredients and life sciences. Danny also leads the CFO Survey in Ireland and has facilitated many CFO transition labs.

Andrew Halim, Head of Accounting Policy, Hiscox

Andrew has more than 14 years’ experience in financial accounting in financial services. He is the Head of Accounting Policy at Hiscox, responsible for development and maintenance of group-wide accounting policy and leading the implementation of new accounting standards including IFRS 17.

Prior to this role, Andrew held worked in a similar capacity at Aviva and prior to that role worked for ten years as a consultant with EY. He advised and managed projects for large European (re)insurers, banks and asset managers on financial accounting, economic capital, auditability and M&A transactions.

Prior to this role, Andrew held worked in a similar capacity at Aviva and prior to that role worked for ten years as a consultant with EY. He advised and managed projects for large European (re)insurers, banks and asset managers on financial accounting, economic capital, auditability and M&A transactions.

Andreas Huthmann, Managing Partner, FAS AG

Andreas Huthmann is Managing Partner of FAS AG the financial advisory firm of WTS group. FAS AG is specialized in accounting, regulatory and finance topics and known to combine deep theoretical knowledge with a strong hands on approach. Andreas is heading the joint service line Financial Services of FAS AG and WTS group.

Andreas joint FAS AG in 2004 after studies in business administration at Philipps University in Marburg. Prior hed started his work life with a traineeship at Commerzbank. Further he holds an MBA from WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management, Vallendar and Kellogg Business School, Chicago.

During his professional life Andreas participate din and managed several projects for financial institutions within the fields of accounting standard implementation, hedge accounting, regulatory reporting and finance process optimization and financial reporting architectures. Further he is focusing on integrated approaches for integrated management based on regulatory and finance figures and requirements.

Andreas is a regular lecturer for “Akademie für international Rechnungslegung” and the Academy of Finance (VöB) as well as guest speaker at various universities and conferences. He has published several articles about accounting and finance topics and is author of a book about accounting for financial instruments.

Sufyan Khan, Oracle

Sufyan Khan will be presenting at the IFRS 17 Forum.

Bernhard Klinger, Head of Actuarial Development, Bupa

Bernhard is the actuarial lead on Bupa’s IFRS 17 implementation project. Bernhard has over 15 years of experience in the development of financial models and supporting regulatory change projects. Most recently, Bernhard lead the implementation of Solvency II models and reporting at Bupa. Before joining Bupa, Bernhard worked for Swiss Re as a risk manager and for HSBC in various senior actuarial roles.

Bernhard is a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.

Elena Rodriguez, IFRS 17 Project Director – Finance Dry Run and Transition, Zurich

Elena is a Qualified Management Accountant who has been with Zurich Insurance Group for 9 years and involved in IFRS 17 Program almost from the beginning. At the start, she has led the design of the end-to-end process, with special focus on the translation of the IFRS 17 data requirements across systems and functions. As process owner of the Target System Landscape, she is sounding board for the design of the centrally developed actuarial solution. Currently as the IFRS 7 Program evolves, her focus is on the Finance Dry Run, ensuring readiness from the countries as well as from the Group functions.

Previously, Elena was Manager of Accounting Services, with a wide experience leading financial accounting teams. She has also participated in various projects including SAP conversion towards a common platform, outsourcing of accounting activities and process improvements across countries and functions applying Lean methodology (currently Lean Black Belt candidate).

Peter Telford, Group Enterprise Risk Director, Legal & General

Peter Telford is Group Enterprise Risk Director at Legal & General (L&G). He oversees L&G’s enterprise risk management, including the strategic risk appetite framework, the Own Risk and Solvency Assessment, and the internal capital model. Peter has led the L&G Risk function’s involvement with IFRS 17, and helped to shape L&G’s feedback to the IASB in the design phase.

Peter is a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries and a Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary, with an MA in Mathematics from Oxford University. His experience with L&G and AXA includes risk and capital management, product management, financial reporting, chief actuary, and chief risk officer roles.

Dr. Daniel Trzesniak
Dr. Daniel Trzesniak, Head IFRS 17 Initiative, Systemorph AG

Daniel has several years of experience in the reinsurance industry. He started his career as a pricing actuary, where he developed tools and systems for non-life reinsurance.
Afterwards, he moved into treaty underwriting and structuring, working for different markets and lines of business. During this time, he became an expert at costing models and marketing complex reinsurance transactions. Daniel currently works at Systemorph as Head of Product Strategy and IFRS 17 Initiative Lead.

Alexandre Tzenev, Head of Structuring EMEA, SCOR Global Life

Alex has a large experience in the design of reinsurance financing arrangements – first in New York with Lehman Brothers and in London with Swiss Re. Alex is currently the head of structuring for the EMEA financial solutions team at SCOR Global Life with a responsibility of assisting clients with capital or accounting related issues. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and CFA.

Rahul Verma, IFRS 17 Methodology Lead, Just Group plc

Rahul is an experienced risk professional with academic background in multiple disciplines of actuarial science, investments, finance and applied mathematics.

Currently he is leading the IFRS17 methodology development for one of the largest UK based DB pension scheme consolidator and annuity provider.

With his career spanning over 15 years and work across UK (majority), EU and Asia, he has served in several key positions such as VP-head of risk, interim CRO, head of financial transformation and lead project actuary covering not only the technical deliveries but also successful stakeholder management at all levels, including regulatory approval processes.

He has a proven track record of delivering leading roles in key financial reporting, IMAP, Solvency II, investments, risk management and strategic projects for UK based global insurers requiring thought leadership, strategic decision making, strong quantitative skills and team management across multiple countries.

Varun Verma, Head of Solvency II Reporting, AIG

Varun will be presenting at the IFRS 17 Forum.

Matthew Winfield
Matthew Winfield, Director, PwC

Matthew is a director in PwC’s UK Financial Services Consulting practice with over 20 years of large scale finance transformations projects focusing on Oracle ERP and EPM technology with multinational clients across Europe. For the last five years he has been focused on working with financial services clients supporting their journey to the cloud. He is a seasoned programme manager accustomed to leading large multinational teams successfully through the full lifecycle of complex programmes. Matthew is one of our key technologists in the IFRS17 space being familiar with a number of market solutions.

19th September 2019

IFRS 17 Explained

12th September 2019

Understanding the changing behaviours of consumers and meeting evolving expectations

By Chris Crespo, Head of Digital Direction, Group Digital, Nordea
11th September 2019

Reviewing the evolving landscape of non-financial companies offering financial products

Rinse Jacobs, Head of Strategic Partnerships, solarisBank
29th August 2019
Top 3 Investment Priorities

Top 3 investment priorities according to FinTech Leaders 2019 Report

29th July 2019

Exploring techniques and methodologies around implementing the IFRS 17 standard

26th July 2019

IFRS 17- What does the new standard tell us about the business?

By Nick Dexter, Senior Advisor, Bank of England.
10th July 2019

Reviewing the latest IFRS 17 trends including finalising plans, timelines and implementation

By Shannon Harris, Senior Research Executive, CeFPro
17th June 2019

Panel discussion: Assessing how IFRS 17 interpretations can impact decision-making processes

14th May 2019

Developing and testing business continuity plans for risk mitigation for supplier failure

By Tom Garrubba, Senior Director & CISO,  Shared Assessments & The Santa Fe Group
18th April 2019

Reviewing compliance risk, technology and resiliency

By Liv Watson, Sr. Director of Strategic Customer Initiatives, Workiva
7th March 2019

The future of operational risk management – From adolescence to adulthood

By Robert Crewdson, Managing Consultant and Rob Murray, Managing Director, BCS Consulting.
11th December 2018

Center for Financial Professionals announces new FinTech Research and Advisory Board

Senior practitioners across the financial services industry join FinTech Advisory Board for the Global FinTech 250 Report set to be released at the X-Tech 2019 Convention […]
22nd November 2018

IFRS 17 implementation – challenges and solutions for international insurance groups

By Ulrich Gröbel, Director, Head of Insurance Europe, IFB
16th November 2018

Risk adjustment: Opportunities and challenges for non-life businesses

By Kevin Poulard, Head of R&D – IFRS 17 Expert, addactis
15th November 2018

IFRS 17 interpretations and how they can impact decision-making processes

By Asif John, Managing Director, AMJ Global Solutions

2019 Co-Sponsors:


Deloitte will be Co-Sponsoring the IFRS 17 Forum.


FAS AG as a member of WTS Group is an independent, innovative solution provider for goal-based consulting, active operational support, efficient outsourcing of companies’ finance functions, and valuations and transaction processes.

Clients of FAS AG are companies in all sectors from software and medical technology to manufacturing companies and financial corporations. We are familiar with a very wide range of structures from mid-sized companies to publicly listed corporations. Our experts combine high technical competency with energy, effectiveness, and speed.


Oracle Financial Services provides the financial services industry with comprehensive industry leading platforms built on modern, open, intelligent technology, for digital and core transformation for insurers and banks, and a modern suite of Analytical Applications for Risk and Finance Compliance, and Customer Insight.


Founded in 2011 Systemorph AG is a privately held Swiss technological company specialized in building data driven software solutions for the financial services market. The company aims for streamlining and simplifying the management of data centric functions by provid-ing custom focused solutions with short implementation times providing ongoing applica-tion management and support during the entire lifecycle of the solution at unmatched cost in a very customer friendly way. The basis for this offering is the powerful and proven Sys-temorph Vertex Smart Data Platform.
With IFRS 17 reliable data management gets even more important as the requirement for data granularity and traceability are increasing. Systemorph with its comprehensive data management platform offers tailor-made (end-to-end is possible but we use what is there and makes sense) solutions to fulfil the requirements of IFRS 17 in time at attractive cost.

2019 Exhibitor:

CCH Tagetik

CCH Tagetik is part of the Tax and Accounting Division of Wolters Kluwer. Relied upon by nearly 75,000 users in over 35 countries, CCH Tagetik is the leading finance platform that specialises in budgeting and planning, forecasting and reporting, consolidation and regulatory compliance. CCH Tagetik has over 200 insurance customers and has a wealth of experience within regulation implementations such as Solvency II and IFRS 16.

CCH Tagetik’s award winning IFRS 17 solution is pre-configured and non-disruptive. It can connect seamlessly to other databases and spreadsheets – including SAP HANA – without having to write any code. Drop by our exhibitor stand to find out more information.

Can your organisation contribute? Please contact the Center for Financial Professionals today to discuss how we can deliver your thought-leadership at the event, help you generate leads, and provide you with unique networking and branding opportunities. For more information on what we can offer, please contact sales@cefpro.com or call us on +1 888 677 7007 where a member of the team will be happy to tailor the right package for you.

How can your organization benefit from a CeFPro partnership?


Can I present at the IFRS 17 2019 Forum?

Yes, the Center for Financial Professionals are happy to discuss speaking opportunities at the IFRS 17 2019 Forum. For further information on this please contact shannon.harris@cefpro.com or call us on +44 (0) 20 7164 6582.

Are there any rules on the dress code?

Business attire is requested. The Forum is a formal opportunity to network with like-minded professionals and to gain knowledge from the industry’s finest risk management experts.

What is the cost and what is included in the registration fee?

We offer incentives for ‘early bird’ registrants of the Forum, as outlined on our pricing structure. Registration includes breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunches, the cocktail reception at the end of the day, full access to the sessions and exhibition area. Presentations from sessions are also available, subject to speaker approval.

Where can I find the Forum documentation and speaker presentations?

All registered attendees will receive an email with access to documentation and speaker presentations after the Forum* We will work with our presenters to include as many presentations as possible on our Risk Insights App during the Forum. *Please note that our speakers often have to gain permission from their relevant compliance departments to release their presentations. On rare occasions compliance may not allow presentations to be distributed.

Will breakfast, lunch and refreshment be provided?

Yes. As with all of our events the Center for Financial Professionals will be providing brilliant coffee, breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and smaller bites during the networking breaks.

Will there be opportunities to network with other attendees?

There are ample opportunities for networking and interaction throughout the Forum, such as

  • Breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks
  • Cocktail reception at the end of the day (Subject to confirmation)
  • Q&A, panel discussions and audience participation technology available through the Risk Insights App
I have several colleagues that would like to attend, is there a group discount?

Certainly! We are pleased to offer you a 50% discount on the third registration or provide a fifth registration for free. If you would like to register more than five colleagues please contact us on +44 (0) 20 7164 6582 Please note:

  • Registrations must be made at the same time
  • Registrations must come from the organisation
  • The lowest registration will be discounted
Are there opportunities to share my thought-leadership at the IFRS 17 2019 Forum?

Yes there are plenty of opportunities for the Center for Financial Professionals to share thought-leadership to the attendees of IFRS 17 2019 Forum and our wider risk professionals community. At the event We can distribute your material to the attendees, offer you an exhibition booth, and provide speaking opportunities so that you may enjoy a more prominent presence at the Forum. Visit the Sponsor tab for further information or contact sales@cefpro.com / +44 (0) 207 164 6582. Risk Insights Feature your content on our Risk Insights website and supporting Risk Insights monthly newsletter. For further information please download our media pack here.

Are media partnerships available for the IFRS 17 Forum?

Yes. As part of a media partnership we can offer a variety of options to increase the branding and awareness of your association, company, certificate, publication or media. We are flexible with what we can offer however we usually:

  • Provide a discounted rate to attend
  • Place your logo and profile on the Forum website
  • Place your logo on the Forum brochure
  • Place your logo on promotional content where applicable
  • Distribute your media/marketing at the Forum
  • Promote through social media channels

To discuss this further please contact amy.greene@cefpro.com or call +44 (0) 20 7164 6582.

Representing a financial institution (E.g. Bank, Insurance company, Asset Manager, Regulator)

Early Bird Rate
Registrations before 13 September
(Save £200)

Standard Rate
Registrations after 13 September

Representing an information/service provider (E.g. Consultant, Vendor, Executive Search Firm, Law Firm)

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(Save £200)

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*All rates subject to CeFPro’s terms and conditions and UK VAT, currently at 20 per cent

Group Bookings:

Group rates are available for 3 or more attendees from the same organisation, when registering at the same time. The current rate allows every third colleague to come along for half price or a fifth colleague to attend for free!

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