Do you think we're suited?

White, Peter
December 2004
Employee Benefits;Dec2004, p17
Focuses on the issues to consider in choosing a pension consultant in Great Britain. Difficulty of employers in differentiating between consultancies; Assistance provided to employers on pension related matters by the Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authority; Need for organizations to inquire to determine the suitability of particular advisers.


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