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Monthly Archives: September 2010
And what can I tell you, My brother my killer What can I possibly say I guess that I miss you I guess I forgive you I’m glad you stood in my way … Leonard Cohen- Famous Blue Raincoat
I hope that in future debates, we will concentrate as much on holding the attention of employees as getting it. Continue reading
Pleeeeeease! I like Moroccan food, I like Eton High Street but when it comes to “dining experiences” I’d prefer mine authentic. Whatever marketing guru decided to close the New College public house and re-open it as the kind of nonsense that’s embedded … Continue reading
When we have digested auto-enrolment and introduced NEST then we can look again at the Citizen’s Pension. Continue reading
My confidence that a just and equitable setltlement will be reached is based on my unwavering belief in the value of British Society to deliver a fair solution. Continue reading
The truth is that the pensions industry is so up its own about communication and the value of saving for retirement that iti s in denial and until it wakes up to to some hard truths- it will continue to seem as foolish to the general population as it does today.
I can only assume that one day investment consultants will wake up to these realities but that will be the day that they start to think as DC experts and not as DB consultants looking for something to do. Continue reading
The City University Club fails by any modern standard to cut the mustard- but I love it.