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Bacon & Woodrow calls for radical redesign of benefits

Bacon & Woodrow is warning the financial services industry it needs to radically rethink the design and distribution of financial products to survive the changing demands made by clients in the 21st Century.


A study it carried out has found there will be further growth in self-employment which will change the role of employers, more demand for 20-year phased retirement plans, and that consumers will have more power to dictate how the industry is run.

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