Guide: Johnson Fleming’s managed auto-enrolment service for SMEs
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.
The recovery in global markets continues to evolve, with ramifications for a number of areas and, by implication, for multi-asset funds. Interest rates – lower for longer Interest rates in the UK-US world are on the rise. You may be bullish on the recovery or sceptical but quantitative easing is finished in the UK and […]
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.
Recent weeks have seen the annual release of a number of different fund ratings and ‘dog lists’ designed to inform investors which funds are performing well and which are not. But how useful is this research to advisers? Many lists promote the success and prospects of a number of funds across different sectors in order […]
As more and more employers reach their auto-enrolment staging date, thousands of HR, pensions and finance professionals have been tasked with navigating the minefield of ongoing scheme governance and auditing with little support.
Trouble ahead for Europe? Against a backdrop of Brexit and high sovereign debt, European funds have had a problematic year Brexit has been unavoidable for the past two years, dominating almost every aspect of British life. While the UK parliament has yet to vote on the deal (the original vote was 11 December but this […]
Do not be afraid to challenge clients. Doing so is vital to ensuring their secure financial futures With the use of cashflow modelling software growing, many advisers, while conservative and prudent with their own, often make the mistake of being too keen to include a client’s assumptions without really testing them. This can cause serious […]
Two pension trustees who launched legal proceedings against the advice firm formerly called Truestone Wealth Management have been granted a court date in early 2020. According to Law360 UK, two acting trustees of London-based directors’ retirement and death benefit scheme Radley Yeldar claim a mistake made by an adviser at Truestone has cost them £3.5m. Truestone […]