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Spread the word


What’s the aim?


To help IFAs maximise employee take up to a company pension scheme. The professionally produced material helps IFAs communicate to employees the benefits of joining their company pension scheme.


Target audience?


Employees


What’s the detail?


The futurePROOF ‘Spread the word’ pack contains the following communication material:

  • a video aimed at company employees
  • a CD-ROM including copies of-


    – invite letters


    – staff meeting presentation


    – fastfact employee questionnaire


    – reminder letter


    – opt out forms


    – draft articles for newsletters/intranet


    This material can be saved and adapted to suit your own requirements.

  • Posters for use at the workplace
  • a hard copy of all the material held on the CD-ROM including tips to maximise take up.


How can I find out more?


To register to receive your free pack, either:

  • Call your usual Clerical Medical contact
  • Telephone 0800 77 90 90, or


Alternatively you can e-mail your request using the e-mail address below


 


For further information and to request a Futureproof pack please click on the link below including your name, comapany name and address


Cleri.med2@tpg.co.uk



Issued by Clerical Medical Investment Group limited, a member of the Halifax Group. Registered Office 15 St James&#39s Square, London SW1Y 4LQ. Registred in England & Wales. Registred number 3196171. Regulated by the Personal Investment Authority and the Investment Management Regulatory Organisation.


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