Tenet Group has been invited to join the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) Intermediaries Forum to help achieve more effective education and implementation of auto-enrolment.
The forum is part of a formal consultation being launched by the government in March to consult on proposals to make the process of auto-enrolment more simple.
The consultation, based on feedback since implementation, wants to consult employers and the pensions industry on areas where improvements could be made or enhancements brought in before the policy is rolled out to small and medium sized businesses.
Outgoing Tenet Group distribution and development director, Keith Richards said: "There is a great deal of opportunity in the pensions market for advisers and we are therefore pleased to be able to contribute to on-going developments and provide enhanced support and guidance to our adviser firms."
Back in 2011, Tenet reported that 93% of advisers surveyed by the group believed that the government had not provided enough clarity for employers regarding the workplace pension reforms which came into effect in 2012, including auto-enrolment.
Richards added: "It is encouraging that the government is keen to engage and is listening to feedback from practitioners and consulting with the industry on improvements that can be made going forwards for the benefit of consumers."
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