The Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authority (Opra) begins touring with the Inland Revenue's ...
The Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authority (Opra) begins touring with the Inland Revenue's Employertalk events on Tuesday 26 February.
There will be 14 Inland Revenue Employertalk events at locations across the UK this year, beginning in Birmingham.
The events consist of an all-day conference combined with an exhibition featuring stands from government and commercial organisations. The events aim to give employers the chance to talk with representatives of key government departments and discuss problems and issues affecting their businesses.
Opra representatives will host an exhibition stand to discuss stakeholder pensions with employers as well as giving advice on other areas relating to occupational pensions.
The Opra exhibition stand will also feature Opra's website which hosts the register of stakeholder schemes as well as an interactive decision tree.
OPAS, the Pensions Advisory Service, will co-host the stand with Opra.
Inland Revenue Employertalk 2002 events are being held at the following locations:
26 February - Birmingham National Motorcycle Museum;
28 February - Wembley Conference Centre London;
6 March - Newcastle St James' Park;
7-8 March - York Exhibition Conference and Banqueting Centre;
13 March - Chorley, Park Hall Hotel Charnock Richard;
14-15 March - Manchester Old Trafford;
19 March - Glasgow SECC;
21 March - Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre;
1 May - Newport, the Celtic Manor Golf Club;
6 June - Belfast, the Ramada Hotel;
3 September - Brighton venue TBC;
5 September Bournemouth - venue TBC
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