Royal London takes to the road
18 September 2014
Scottish Life, Royal London’s Intermediary division, is hosting a series of roadshows to help advisers find their way through the new pension landscape ahead of the changes coming in April 2015.
The first event takes place on Monday 22 September, and will see industry expert Ned Cazalet sharing findings from a new independent report he has carried out, commissioned by Royal London. Phil Loney, Royal London Group CEO, and Isobel Langton, CEO of Royal London Intermediary, will be sharing the platform with Ned.
The roadshows will be hosted by Lucian Camp, marketing, branding and communications expert. Fiona Tait, Business Development Manager at Scottish Life, will also be speaking and she will outline Royal London’s proposition response to the market challenges laid down by Ned.
Isobel Langton, CEO of Royal London Intermediary says: “Our aim is that these events will help advisers successfully navigate through the new At Retirement world. Ned’s insights are original and thoughtful, and we are looking forward to a series of interesting and engaging events over the coming months.”
Scottish Life officially moves under the Royal London brand on 24 November 2014.
For further information please contact:
Gareth Evans 0207 506 6715 / 07919 170069
Notes to editors
Royal London is the largest mutual life and pensions company in the UK with Group funds under management of £77.0 billion. Group businesses serve around 5.3 million customers and employ over 2,900 people. (Figures quoted are as at 30 June 2014).
Over the next two years the Group is moving to operate all of its UK life, pension and investment business under a new version of the Royal London brand. Royal London Asset& Management is now under the new master-brand and the Scottish Life, Scottish Provident and Bright Grey brands will migrate over the next 18 months. The Group's wrap platform will remain branded Ascentric.
The roadshows take place as follows:
22 September: Glasgow, Thistle Hotel
23 September: Durham, Emirates ICG
24 September: Leeds, Hilton, City Centre
29 September: Birmingham, Edgbaston Cricket Club
30 September: Manchester, Old Trafford Cricket Ground
1 October: Northampton, Holiday Inn
2 October: Hove, Sussex County Cricket Club
6 October: Bristol, Hilton West
8 October: London, Kia Oval
9 October: Newbury, Race Course
14 October: Belfast, Hilton City Centre
21 October: Nottingham, Trent Bridge