Pensions don’t have to be confusing – they can be DAM exciting

Having provided some of the strongest pension advice and plans in the UK for over a decade, we feel that having an effective company pension service is important for workers, and the key to a good pension is simplicity. We lay out the plan, highlight the benefits and discuss any risks so that employees know what’s on offer and what is relevant to them. 


Why should my company care about pensions?

 Pensions could be a deciding factor for many people as they choose whether to work for one employer or another, which is why having an excellent corporate pension plan gives you a massive advantage as an employer.

 For businesses, though, the government have made corporate pensions a requirement with auto enrolment being brought in to encourage both employers and employees to think about retirement planning. 

What makes a DAM pension so DAM good?

Having an effective company pension service is important for workers - particularly as the ability to rely on the state pension becomes less and less likely for workers.

This Glasgow and London-based pensions advisory service has been going strong for over a decade, so we know exactly what both employers and employees are looking for from a corporate pensions advisory service and we make sure to provide it. From pension contributions design to investment choices and admin and communication strategies, we’ve got it covered.

The pension advice we offer at DAM on the selection and implementation of all types of corporate pension services is delivered face to face by our pensions experts as well as being top of the range.

How much will it cost me to provide a corporate pension service for my employees?

We believe it is important to discuss the likely costs with the employer at the start of our relationship and then to update them regularly as the work progresses.

For our corporate clients we, as far as possible, charge a fixed fee for specific tasks which we relate to the size of organisation.

Some employers prefer to work on a time cost basis. In these instances, we can provide an employer with a detailed breakdown of the costs based on the specific tasks and the time spent completing them.

The next step now is a logical one.

Please contact us to begin discussing and drawing up your company’s corporate pension scheme or to ask any questions. You may also want to check out the pensions articles on our employee benefits blog where we keep our readers up-to-date on the latest goings-on in the corporate pension world.