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Supporting your clients through re-enrolment
Everything you need to know about re-enrolment
Help your clients meet their re-enrolment duties on time and register for our free webinar at 2pm on 14 February 2017. It’s aimed at accountants, bookkeepers, payroll professionals and other business advisers.
If your client’s staging date was in 2014, their re-enrolment duties will take place in 2017. These will vary depending on whether or not they have staff to enrol. We’ll be covering all the facts around re-enrolment — the process, choosing the right date, and explaining which staff need to be automatically enrolled.
You can now view the webinar below.
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Our experts will then talk you through the following:
— monitoring eligibility for automatic enrolment
— the automatic re-enrolment process
— choosing the cyclical re-enrolment date
— re-declaration of compliance
— factors to consider when doing re-enrolment
Q&A with our experts
This is your chance to ask your questions to our experts.
Please feel free to ask questions on any aspect of automatic
enrolment as well as re-enrolment.
Update on automatic enrolment
Questions for the event
Once you have received your delegate details, you have the opportunity to submit questions prior to the webinar. The team will endeavour to answer as many of these questions as they can at the Event.
The Pensions Regulator have appointed Glasgows to organise the event and host the online registration process.
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Neil Esslemont, Head of Industry Liaison, TPR
Neil Esslemont is the Head of Industry Liaison at The Pensions Regulator. In this role he is responsible for engaging with UK suppliers to promote understanding and readiness relating to the automatic enrolment regulations, as well as communicating with employers to help them understand the new duties.
Neil has more than 25 years experience in dealing with large companies in both private & public sector. Neil previously worked as a Client Director for BT and Siemens, and as a Management Consultant for PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Neil has a technology background in computer software engineering, gained after graduating from Exeter University with a Maths & Physics B.Sc.
Sue Boots, Disability Rights UK
Sue Bott, a disabled person with visual impairment from birth, has been active in the disability movement in the UK for many years.
Currently she is Deputy Chief Executive at Disability Rights UK.
Previously she was Chief Executive of the National Centre for Independent Living and before that spent fifteen years working for a Centre for Independent Living (Shropshire Disability Consortium) initially as its development worker and latterly as its Chief Officer.
She has a first degree in political theory and institutions and a masters degree in public service management. She lives in Kent and has two grown up children.
Sue was awarded a CBE in 2014 in recognition of services to people with disabilities and their families.
Rebecca Woodley, Industry Liaison Manager, TPR
Rebecca is part of the Industry Liaison team at The Pensions Regulator. In this role she is responsible for engaging with many of the UK's large employers, as well as representatives of key industry sectors, to help them understand the new 'automatic enrolment' duties.
Rebecca previously worked in the financial services industry, specialising in pension advice and achieving a Diploma in Financial Planning. Rebecca has a background in education, gained after graduating from Bristol University with a Politics B.Sc.