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Event Diary

Carol Services

16th December 2013, Worcester Cathedral

19th December, Hereford Cathedral

In the sometimes forgotten true spirit of Christmas, English Mutual will host two carol services this year at Worcester Cathedral and Hereford Cathedral. The services are being held in association with leading local firms Harrison Clark, Hewett Recruitment and Hereford and Worcester Chamber of Commerce.

Whilst at first glance this may not seem to be a particularly new idea, we are keen for as many businesses as possible, in the city and beyond, to close early on that day, bringing ALL staff members together to celebrate Christmas together – for no other reason than to give thanks for such a supportive and close knit business community.

This will be a great opportunity for everyone to close the year in an appropriately joyous fashion! Further details will be available soon but should you wish to get involved please get in touch by emailing events@englishmutual.com


Worcester 1st Thursday Club

Hosted on the 1st Thursday of every month

The 1st Thursday Club is an informal and regular networking event for Worcester based business professionals, which is hosted by English Mutual, Harrison Clark and Barclays. The now established Club is open for business on the first Thursday of each month at Bolero Bar and Kitchen, Foregate Street, Worcester and starts at 6pm.

Attendance to the event is by invitation only, but if you would like to join please contact events@englishmutual.com.


 

Auto Enrolment Seminar

Wednesday 27th November 2013, Lyttelton Arms, Hagley

Auto Enrolment is a key priority for many employers as individual deadline dates to meet the new legislation draw nearer. On  Wednesday 27th November English Mutual and Nicklin LLP are hosting an early evening seminar on this important topic at the Lyttelton Arms in Hagley.at 5.30pm.

Open to company managers, senior managers and HR teams, the Auto Enrolment seminar will offer guidance on new legislation surrounding auto enrolment and pension reform. The seminar will start at 5.30pm and light refreshments will be served. Elliott Silk, Head of Employee Benefits at English Mutual will be available after the seminar to answer questions.

Complimentary tickets for this seminar are available, to reserve your place or for more information please email events@englishmutual.com


 

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Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage. A typical mortgage advice fee of £295 may be charged.The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Taxation Advice, Estate Planning, and some forms of mortgages. Equity release schemes can be very helpful but are not suitable for everyone. It is important to understand the risks and to understand the cost, the level of flexibility (if you might want to move home) and the possible impact on future state benefits. This is a lifetime mortgage. To understand the features and risks, ask for a personalised illustration. Equity release schemes are high-risk products and you should take advice before you make any decision about whether to use them. Think carefully before securing other debts against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or any other debt secured on it.