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This week deVere United Kingdom’s Workplace Solutions department was launched.  This division will deliver comprehensive advice on workplace pension schemes to current and ex-employees from larger corporations to enable them to meet and often exceed their financial goals.

deVere United Kingdom set up this department following changes that have taken place to UK pensions and the process of retirement planning in recent years.  Demand for this specialist whole of market advice has been driven due to a number of factors, such as increased life expectancy and more variable working patterns.

Although this is a new department, there is a high level of experience and expertise amongst the team.  Having worked with major global companies and collectively advised over 30,000 people on workplace pensions, the team is wholly focused on finding the perfect workplace pension solution for each client.

So what can current and former employees expect from this department with regards to their pension arrangements?

The Workplace Solutions department will provide advice on the best retirement options available, and will certainly key topics will include Pension Income Exchange and Money Purchase Schemes.

Certain options will not suit everyone, but the most important job that this new department will do is to offer independent, structured financial advice.

In order to achieve long-term financial objectives and enjoy a comfortable lifestyle in retirement, it is crucial that today’s workers have access to workplace pensions advice, and know the importance of saving for old age.  deVere United Kingdom’s Workplace Solutions division is specifically targeted at this sector of the population, who will inevitably have extremely varied requirements when it comes to their retirement plans.  The department will provide tailor-made solutions to ensure clients surpass their financial expectations.

News of this launch was picked up by Financial Times Adviser, Professional Pensions and Global Banking and Finance Review, amongst others.