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Benchtest 11.2016, is RFS really arrogant and inflexible, rules should provide for maternity leave, deducting employer debt, member choice in group schemes and more...
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Our ‘arrogance’ is typically portrayed in the context of our fee model. RFS probably uses one of the most scientific methods to determine the cost of its services to its clients of service providers in the pensions industry. For any client it should be comforting to know that the services you pay for are determined in a scientific manner. This means that they are fair towards you, first and foremost. Fairness in determining fees is an obligation of any service provider who is a member of any professional association. In our case, top managers are members of a number of different professional associations whose code of ethics obliges them to apply fairness in the determination of their fees. This means the client is paying for what he is getting. Conversely it also means the client is not paying for a service he is not getting. Secondly, a client should be comforted knowing his service provider applies a scientific method to determine the costs of his services as this means the service provider has a sustainable business model.
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RFS staff heralded Christmas with this artistic Christmas tree that is decorated with 2016 pictures of highlights of the staff's lives.
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