Lee Travis, chief executive of NMBA, a not for profit company which provides professional development to advisers and trainees, said it had teamed up with NOW following demand for auto-enrolment advice from its 14,000 members.
NMBA was originally established to help adviser firms cope with the requirements of RDR.
Mr Travis said: “While we were originally set up to provide advisers with support through RDR, we continue to attract quality partnerships to develop services for advisers across all sections of their business.”
Morten Nilsson, chief executive of NOW, said: “So far only the largest employers have reached their staging date but from the end of this year the market will begin to accelerate. Thousands of firms every month will have to make sure they comply with the auto-enrolment legislation and these business owners will need help and support.”