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Castle Trust appoints Mikkel Bates as head of marketing

Castle Trust has appointed Mikkel Bates as head of marketing.

Bates has 30 years’ financial services experience, including eleven at Societe Generale Asset Management UK, where he was head of marketing.

He will report to chief executive Sean Oldfield.

Bates says: “The challenge of launching a new business like this with such a compelling proposition is something that does not come along very often so naturally I jumped at the chance to get on board.”

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As the Pensions Regulator starts to bare its teeth and the changes mentioned in the Budget and Queen’s Speech start to come into force, it is essential that you understand your scheme and the processes you need to undertake to ensure it remains compliant. Our second re-enrolment guide looks at how to audit the key areas of your auto-enrolment scheme.

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