Posted: November 8th, 2018
THERE’S a loyal band of Scots members which supports the AMP annual meeting every year – thank you! But if you’re an MGN pension scheme member or deferred pensioner in Scotland who hasn’t joined AMP – and there are some 4,000 of those all over the UK and beyond – here’s a special offer just for YOU.
Here’s the deal. If you’re not an AMP member but would like to be, come along to the annual meeting in Glasgow on November 21 and we’ll sign you up at the door.
Membership of AMP is a snip at just £10 for life! And as a member you’ll be able to join old friends and colleagues at the meetings, where you’ll also hear from the Trustee and the Company. AND you’ll be able to put questions to the speakers.
And, probably best of all, you’ll receive two cracking full-colour magazines every year – free.
Our Spring issue contains mainly news, data, info, facts and figures. Our bumper 16-pager in the autumn is packed with all the latest AMP and pension news and updates, plus features, members’ stories, and more.
Our newsletters are a must for all ex-MGN folk wherever they live – but are exclusive to members only. So if you want to read them, you have to join.
If you plan to come along to the meeting and join AMP on the day and you’re drawing your pension, please bring proof of your pension payroll number. If you are a deferred, please talk to our friendly man on the door and he’ll sort you out.
This year’s AMP Scottish annual meeting is on Wednesday, November 21 at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail offices in Glasgow. Full details of venue and speakers can be found in the story below – “Annual meetings 2018 – new details”.
So do come and be part of the AMP family – the more, the merrier. It’s full of people just like you, and as members we can all keep in touch.
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