UK - OPRA is hosting an exhibition stand at the Employer Talk conference at Birmingham's National Motorcycle Museum next Tuesday (February 25).
OPRA staff will be on hand to give advice to employers and to hear delegates’ comments on the future of pensions regulation and any concerns they have about their own schemes.
The pensions advisory service, OPAS, will be co-hosting the stand with OPRA.
The Inland Revenue is organising the conference, which gives employers and accountants a chance to catch up on the latest developments in occupational pensions, tax, payroll and electronic business.
A second roadshow is due to take place at Wembley Conference Centre, London on Thursday February 27.
For further details and to book a free ticket contact Marie Gibbs (0121 535 6578) or Janet Wilkes (0121 535 6823) for the Birmingham event and Colin Thompson (020 7667 4669) or Jane Black (020 8548 7682) for the event in London.
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