Money Marketing Auto Enrolment Invitational – Solihull

Event: Money Marketing Auto Enrolment Invitational - 11 September

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Location: Solihull

Solihull College Conference Centre

The Money Marketing Auto-Enrolment Invitational returns to bring together financial advisers, product providers and industry experts to discuss how to embed a profitable auto-enrolment service within an advisory business.

With 32,000 small and medium-sized firms due to reach their staging date in the 12 months to April 2015, insurers are raising concerns that between a quarter and a third of employers who should have staged in April and May this year remain unaccounted for – the need for support and advice is therefore greater than ever.

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Martin Olive presented ‘The provider adviser relationship’:

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