Rewards Live Workplace pensions show 2014

Event: Rewards Live Workplace pensions show 2014 - 14-15 May

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Location: Edgbaston

Edgbaston Cricket Club, Birmingham, B5 7QU

Workplace Pensions Live is free to attend for pension scheme managers, scheme administrators and other scheme staff, trustees and trustee chairs, investment consultants, pensions lawyers, finance directors, HR and reward managers.

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Niall Ferguson presents ‘Optimising processes to minimise administration’ at Reward Live Workplace Pension Show 2014.

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