CIPP Friends of Auto Enrolment

Event: CIPP Friends of Auto Enrolment

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Location: Birmingham

The CIPPs friends of automatic enrolment regional meetings are open to anyone that wants to make automatic enrolment a success.  They are a fantastic opportunity to network and discuss issues relating to automatic enrolment.

Each meeting follows a similar format and covers:

  • Benefits of the CIPPs friends of automatic enrolment
  • Introduction from the “newies”
  • Update from The Pensions Regulator
  • Short & Snappy speaking slots
  • Discussion session on automatic enrolment
  • Any other business

Locations for each event will be sent out one week prior to the event to all delegates attending.

NOW: Pensions will be speaking in the panel session at the event. 

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