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TechLife Exaxe Newsletter May 2012

TechLife Exaxe Newsletter May 2012

The second print edition of TechLife is now available. TechLife is published every quarter and is filled with industry news, white papers and information on legislative changes.

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In the May 2012 issue:

  • The conundrum of simplified advice
  • Exaxe announces latest appointment as part of its continued expansion
  • If you can’t meet ‘em, tweet ‘em
  • Exaxe Solutions
  • Is the insurance industry losing faith in its actuaries?
  • Exaxe Client reaches for the skies to attempt world record in aid of Alzheimer’s Society
  • Whitebread can’t organise p%$@£€ in a brewery
  • Pooled Registered Pension Plans are a no-brainer
  • UK Budget 2012 – Good for pensions in the long run

To view this quarter’s TechLife printed edition as a downloadable PDF please click here: http://exaxe.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Newsletter_May2012_Web.pdf

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