JRP Group to host DB de-risking seminar

JRP Group will host a defined benefit de-risking seminar for equity analysts and investors at noon today.

Deputy group chief executive David Richardson and defined benefit solutions director Tim Coulson will describe the drivers and context behind this exciting and important growth market and the key opportunities for the group.

There will be no trading or financial update as part of the seminar.

A conference call dial in facility is available (UK FreeCall: 0808 238 0673; Std International Dial-In: +44 (0) 14 5256 9335; Conference ID: 5732 5672) and the presentation slides will be published on the group website www.jrpgroup.com shortly before the seminar starts.

A transcript will be made available on the website after the event.

At 8:05am: (LON:JRP) JRP Group PLC share price was +1.65p at 155.05p

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