Employee benefits consultancy joins group risk trade body
Vintage Corporate, a specialist in workplace pension schemes, financial education and flexible rewards, has become the latest company to join group risk trade body, GRiD.
Alongside support for responses to consultation papers, the employee benefits consultancy will receive access to networking opportunities and discounted industry events as well employer research and pan-industry claims data.
"We're looking forward to working with group risk specialists within the industry - both providers and advisers, learning from their expertise and, in so doing, improve how we operate," said Gary Briggs, managing director for Vintage Corporate. "We're a growing company and this will help us on the next stage of our journey. It's also going to be a very useful forum to help us work at the top of our game in group risk, and keep abreast of relevant legislation."
GRiD works with government departments and regulators involved in legislation and industry changes affecting group risk, as well as other organisations involved with benefits and protection.
Steve Bridger, chair of GRiD added: "We're a constantly evolving industry body, we've had great feedback on the initiatives we've undertaken this year, from our training academy to our research.
"We all learn from each other's expertise and knowledge, and that benefits the industry, clients and employees," said Bridger. "We very much welcome Vintage Corporate and look forward to working together."
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