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Platform Securities LLP
Head Office Canterbury House 85 Newhall Street
Platform Securities is a leading provider of value-added outsourced clearing and settlement services. Our products have specifically been designed to meet the needs of discretionary and advisory wealth managers, retail and institutional brokers, banks and
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"For many, work is an important social lifeline, so we are seeing a significant number of older people planning to work beyond pension age," says Jason Robinson, director of savings operations at Birmingham Midshires.
Jason Mark Robinson (Diploma in Business Management, 2002-2004)
Jason is currently Director of Operations at TD Waterhouse UK, the country's second largest execution-only broker.
Jason has built extensive experience in the financial sector through previously being Director of Savings and Investments at Birmingham Midshires and as a regional manager for Sun Life Financial of Canada.
Prior to life in the commercial realm, Jason
spent three years as a professional cricketer on the books of Warwickshire CCC (1984-85) and Somerset CCC (1986).
also played for England at under-15, under-17 and under-19 level.
is married to Tracy and has three children.
He is a life-long Birmingham City FC fan, and continues to play cricket and coach for the MCC.
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"We have been tracking savings habits for a number of years with our Saving Britain study and over time we've seen that the savings message is getting through," said Jason Robinson, director of savings operations for Birmingham Midshires.
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Jason Robinson, director of savings operations for Birmingham Midshires, added that 2007 has been "widely accepted as the year of the saver".
He pointed out that not only are more people opening savings accounts, but increasing numbers of consumers, in particular older Britons, are prepared to switch products in an attempt to get a better deal.