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51 years old , twice married, one son. Cambridge Graduate , Icelandic fisherman, failed management consultant. Rugby player, oarsman and double bassist.
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Vincent Franklin looked out from what used to be the roof of City Telephone Exchange. The Exchange (according to Con Keating) had walls fifteen metres thick and had been built to withstand a nuclear bomb. They’d pulled it down to … Continue reading
If we could only lift up our eyes from our spreadsheets and do some strategic thinking, we’d be grateful that Labour are trying to clean up our act. Continue reading
I’m surprised to say that for the first time, the Pension Play voted unanimously after the 25th London lunch held at the Counting House on Monday December 5th. What, you might ask, could bring the following fine minds together in … Continue reading
Should we mothball NEST and brush it off in 2017? Maybe a little drastic but we certainly need to scale back the amount it is spending both in events and it its payroll.
Image via Wikipedia PWC report today that the value of DC pension pots has fallen by 30% in the last three years. This Telegraph article gives the grim details. This is not a paper loss which can be reversed if markets recover, … Continue reading
Today I’m due to spend all day discovering what the corporate wrap has done for us. Currently I reckon I could sum it up in one word. NOTHING Of course it sounds better with a naughty word but that’ll do. … Continue reading
Smaller companies- those with less than 50 employees are the beating heart of Britain’s economy. It is from among their number that the next Virgin or Tesco will come and though many of them will be toast in ten years … Continue reading
We are where we are – the social contract has been decided… not compulsion but impulsion; impulsion into a DC pensions model that relies on the markets to deliver a second tier of pensions. Our retirements will be funded from employer and employee contributions over a … Continue reading