Belfast Telegraph

Friday 26 December 2014

In Pictures: Xafinity conference on auto-enrolment

Kim Mairs, Xafinity, & Zara Duffy, Employers of Childcare
Kim Mairs, Xafinity, & Zara Duffy, Employers of Childcare
Tony Hawkins, Staffline Group, Christine Caldwell, Capgemini, & David Toft, Xafinity.
Sammy Wilson MP MLA
Sammy Wilson MP MLA & Geoff Clarke, Xafinity.
Sammy Wilson MP MLA (centre) with Special Advisor Allan Ewart and Siaobhan Tweedy, Personal Assistant
Rosa Parkes, Ashwood Veterinary Clinic, & Caroline McCaffrey, Quinn Manufacturing
Oonagh Chesney, Fane Valley, Brian Quinn, Xafinity, & Geraldine Maguire, Fane Valley
Lynne Reid & Audrey Fleming, SONI Ltd.
Linda McKillen, SHS Group, & Lisa Millar, H&J Martin
Karen Sloan, Xafinity, & Richard Pettit, Burges Salmon.
Jennifer Doherty & Kathy Reid, Acheson & Glover, and Karen Thomson, CIPP
Gerry Price, Select Energy, & Clive Pugh, Burges Salmon.
Geoff Clarke, Xafinity, & Julie Anne Clarke, Elliot Duffy Garret
Conor Jordan, Norman Emerson Group, Allison Chambers, SASS Solutions, & John Ferguson, Norman Emerson Group
Colin Shaw & Herbie McIlvenny, Harland & Wolff, and Ken Anderson, Xafinity
Claire Barnes, Argento, & Julia Ward, Xafinity.
Brian Martin & Michael Gray, Brett Martin Ltd, and Paul Martin, Xafinity.

Delegates from small and large businesses across Northern Ireland attended a free conference at Riddel Hall, Belfast, organised by Xafinity on auto-enrolment.

 Minister for Finance and Personnel Sammy Wilson addressed over 70 companies on the importance of preparing their businesses for the commencement of auto-enrolment.

 Other speakers including Andrew Fleming from The Pensions Regulator, Charles Cotton of CIPD, and Karen Thomson from the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals spoke on key issues and urged organisations across all sectors in NI to prepare sooner rather than later for the newly-implemented pension policies.

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