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11 July 2019

Key considerations for supporting employees and members with their retirement planning

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When looking to retire, it’s far from a smooth transition. Here to explain the key issues and what employers and trustees are doing about this, we are joined by Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work. He also reflects on recent changes laid out in the Retirement Outcome Review by The FCA.

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Jonathan Watts-Lay
Jonathan Watts-Lay
WEALTH at work
Director

Pensions Projects Specialist – Very Flexible working

Salary: £35000 - £45000 pa

Location: Essex or Hampshire – Very flexible working

Pensions Quality Analyst

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Location: Bristol / Home based with need to attend Bristol office

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