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Origen launches restricted workplace advice service
by Jun Merrett on Nov 28, 2012 at 14:25
National IFA Origen Financial Services has launched a restricted corporate offering using parent company Aegon’s platform.
Aegon's Retirement Choices platform.
The service, called Origen Workplace Solutions, will offer advice to small and medium-sized businesses with between 25 and 250 employees.
Origen will continue to offer a whole of market proposition.
The restricted service will use the Aegon Retirement Choices platform and offer a benefits portal that provides access to total reward statements and employee financial education.
Mike Kirsch (pictured), Origen chief executive, said: 'This is a fundamental commitment and an important strategic development for Origen and will drive future growth.
‘Our new proposition will enable us to reach a much wider corporate client base that needs advice and we will help encourage more people to take responsibility for their financial futures.'
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