11am | Webinar
Two of our leading experts, Paul Hamilton (Partner and Head of Higher Education) and Julia Turney (Associate and Head of Platform and Engagement) are hosting a webinar to help offer some clarity on the changes and complexity that Investment Builder (the new defined contribution section) will bring when it’s launched in October 2016.
Investment Builder will become a significant part of benefits for high earners and could provide useful additional flexibility in retirement for other employees, but is complicated to manage from a member’s perspective.
This webinar will look at the optimum way to ensure employees get the very best from the Investment Builder, so that they value the benefits; as well as helping employers to understand the impact on employees’ retirement plans.
We hope you can join us for this informative and practical webinar.
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