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NFP Acquires Johnson Fleming Group Limited

NFP, a leading insurance broker and consultant that provides employee benefits, property and casualty, retirement and individual solutions, today announced the acquisition of Johnson Fleming Group Limited and Johnson Fleming Future Life Planning Limited (together, Johnson Fleming)

Breaking News: Regulatory easement for furloughed employees

If you currently pay more than the auto-enrolment employer minimums into your Workplace Pension you may be able to reduce this, for any staff you have furloughed.

How good governance can ensure we don’t have a disillusioned generation

With over 20 million people now participating in workplace pension schemes, it’s no surprise that DC pension plans continue to attract the scrutiny of The Pensions Regulator...

Changes to pensions processes introduced as a result of COVID-19

If an employer cannot cover staff costs due to Covid-19, they may be able to access support to pay wages through the Coronavirus job retention scheme...

COVID-19 - Important Update

Johnson Fleming’s Business Continuity Team is composed of leaders and subject matter experts across our business lines.

6 clever ways to use data to provide a more personalised benefits experience for your people

We live in a world where data rules. Forward thinking employers are using data as a key driver to improve their employees’ benefits experience through personalisation.

The social impacts of ESG and why it matters

Since the United Nations’ 2005 conference, when Kofi Annan invited the largest institutional investors to help develop the Principles of Responsible Investment, environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) issues have been on the rise...


What financial wellbeing means to your employees

In the current climate we are now more likely to be borrowers than savers. We spend more, borrow more and save less. This macro trend is not just affecting the young or low paid. It is now stretching across the whole population.

2 simple concepts to improve engagement with your benefits

The days of sending a single message to your employees, all in one go, are long gone. We all now expect information to be available to us immediately, and speak directly to our personal needs.