Our secure site is a convenient way for you to view and manage your accounts with us.
Securely operate and manage all aspects of your account with us.
Secure logins to the toolkit in your Adviser Centre and to your client accounts.
Shoppers are being encouraged to drop an extra Easter Egg in their trolley for children’s charities across Sussex and Surrey – and Crawley-based B&CE is leading the charge.
B&CE, a not for profit financial services company based in Manor Royal in Crawley since 1963, is supporting the Heart Sussex and Surrey campaign this year.
The campaign runs from 16-29 March. Last year, 17 charities received their share of more than 1,700 eggs collected in just two weeks at local supermarkets and shopping centres. Charities included B&CE’s nominated charity for fundraising this year, Chestnut Tree House.
B&CE runs The People’s Pension, the largest private sector multi-employer pension scheme in the UK. The People’s Pension enables employers to comply with Government rules regarding automatically enrolling their staff into workplace pensions.
It has been a busy time for B&CE, who have recently been shortlisted for two awards at the Gatwick Diamond Business Awards: Customer Delight, and Business of the Year. Earlier this month, staff also made one of their regular visits to get their hands dirty at The People’s Park at Crawter’s Brook on Manor Royal.
Patrick Heath-Lay, Chief Executive Officer of B&CE, said:
“We are proud to be supporting the Heart Surrey and Sussex Extra Egg at Easter campaign this year, and hope to see many more eggs collected than ever before.
“We have been in Manor Royal for more than 50 years, and have very strong roots in Crawley. Being a not for profit company means that we really can put the people who matter, our savers, at the heart of everything we do.
“I would like to urge everyone reading this to take a second to pick up an extra egg and drop it in their trolley or basket to cheer up a child this Easter.”
Note to editors
B&CE will have a collection point at its office in Manor Royal if any local business would like to drop off some eggs. If a local business is interested they can contact email@example.com.
Public collection points can be found in the following locations: