UK - Jardine Lloyd Thompson is holding two conferences on "managing corporate and employment risks" of new pensions legislation.
Insurance broking managing director June McIntosh said: “People need a more detailed explanation of how changes to pension legislation and practices will affect the day-to-day management of schemes.”
The seminars will be held in JLT’s Manchester office on May 7 and in London on May 14.
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