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Pension Regulator (TPR) to launch auto-enrolment TV ad campaign

This month will see the release of a TV advertising campaign to raise awareness of auto-enrolment among small and micro employers. It arrives before an unprecedented number of businesses approach their staging date.

TPR head of industry liaison Neil Esslemont described the campaign as a first for the watchdog as the regulator prepares an initiative to communicate auto-enrolment to the masses.

Johnson Fleming’s Development Director David Roderick states: “We are expecting this advertising initiative to significantly drive incoming enquiries from SMEs. With an average of 45,000 employers per month due to stage from January 2016 onwards, the industry certainly has a lot to prepare for.

“Companies should be planning ahead, ensuring they implement a solution that is right for their business before the industry experiences an unavoidable strain caused by this huge influx.”

If you require any assistance with auto-enrolment, contact Johnson Fleming on 01527 571300.



Lloyds announces replacement for Peter Curran

Lloyds Banking Group has replaced Peter Curran with Esther Dijkstra as director of strategic partnerships. Dijkstra, who will take up her new role on 1 December, is currently head of intermediary protection at Scottish Widows. She has previously worked for Legal & General where she was commercial and marketing director of its network and the […]


Ex-Bright Grey MD Roger Edwards joins Protection Review

Consultancy firm Protection Review has appointed Roger Edwards as marketing director. Edwards has previously been managing director of Bright Grey and Scottish Provident. He left the providers in September 2013 and since then has been running his own marketing consultancy. He will take up his new role on 1 January 2016. Protection Review chief executive […]

Certification guide

Guide: how to… certify your pension scheme

Certification is highly complex and surrounded by a minefield of information and auto-enrolment jargon, which can make it very difficult to understand. However, for many employers it is a necessary process that must be executed successfully.


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