A FTSE 250 FD has bemoaned auto enrolment and the burden of pensions upon business.
In a column for Financial Director magazine, Interserve CFO Tim Haywood said the complexity of auto-enrolment is illustrated in what his company has identified as more than 40 scenarios that could trigger a change in an employee's pension status - which could require a response from its systems.
Even the in-house pensions' expert was left struggling with the level of complexity, he added.
The role of the FD is becoming consumed with the complexity and constantly-changing targets associated with the government-enforced pension regime.
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