Published by : BrightHR
The heavy burden of administration means many advisers spend less and less time with clients. Is it possible to reduce that burden using technology and new working practices? And how can advisers work within the changing nature of their clients working patterns and lifestyles?
The answer is the better use of smarter technology. What is smarter technology and for what kind of functions?
Our expert panel, including Professional Adviser’s Editorial Director, Lawrence Gosling, Global Futures and Foresight's Futurist and Chief Executive, David Smith, and Bright HR's Co-Founder and CMO, Paul Harris, explored these issues in this BrightHR webinar.
Follow the link to find out how you can help your employees understand their options and how they can make the most of their pension freedoms.
Published:08 March 2016
Business Area: Investments
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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