Case study: auto-enrolment project management — House of Fraser
We know what it takes to run a successful auto-enrolment project in the retail industry. We are automatically there for some of the world’s best-known retailers at every stage of the process. Take a look at what we have done for our client House of Fraser.
The Bank of England has revised up its UK growth forecast from 3.4 per cent to 3.5 per cent this year as unemployment fell to 6.5 per cent in the second quarter. The Bank’s inflation report, published today, also reveals the growth forecast for 2015 has risen from 2.9 per cent to 3 per cent […]
Johnson Fleming has launched its new managed auto-enrolment service, designed to support SME businesses of up to 250 employees. The managed auto-enrolment service is not just about providing businesses with a software system for them to manage themselves, but more about outsourcing the administration of the project and scheme to Johnson Fleming’s auto-enrolment staff.
Although I have a Scottish name and can claim a longstanding Scottish ancestry, as I live in England I do not have a right to vote in the independence referendum to be held in Scotland on 18 September. If I did have such a right, while not ruling it out, I would almost certainly want […]
A life expectancy tool that assesses longevity based on information including a health assessment from a qualified nurse is aiming to help advisers with defined benefit pension transfer advice. The FCA introduced a rule this year that advisers making a recommendation on a DB transfer must plan for a client living a “reasonable” period beyond […]
Discretionary fund manager charges have come under increasing scrutiny since the FCA launched its platform market study in July last year. The regulator is currently looking at the role of DFMs in the value chain to see if their charges are justified, with the results expected to be revealed later this summer. Money Marketing has […]
Once upon a time, almost every adviser entered the profession via major banks and providers. These players encouraged staff to take professional exams, providing a rich seam from which firms could mine an endless stream of young candidates keen to move into the more demanding independent advice sector. Once RDR took effect, we lost that […]