UK - Restaurant and leisure group Noble House has hired Invesco as its stakeholder provider.
The appointment of Invesco is part of a review of all employee benefits for the group's 3,500 or so employees, which is being conducted by Marlow-based consultants John Scott and Partners.
A spokewoman for Noble that Invesco was chosen because of their “range of investment options, experience on communications and their ability to tailor an administrative solution to meet our requirements.”
Invesco will offer its own range of actively managed funds and a range of active and passive funds handled by additional investment providers.
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