In tune with our austere times, this month’s Playpen lunch racked up a measly bill of £150 from its 13 participants
6 The Government have done a good job recently on pensions reform
1 The Government have done a rubbish job so recently on pensions reform
6 We’re going to wait and see on what comes out of Hutton.
Hopefully what comes out of Hutton is better than what went into Tapper – Counting House prize pork sausages don’t match up to the pies guys.
Phillip Bretnall- currently decorating his house
Peter Weiner- recently joined Pentrus
Matt Ashton-Smith- Former PPF guru- now guru at Penguin Insurance Corporation
Keith Williams- First Actuarial- part-time Antipodean
Jennie Kreser- Practice Far Away- outside a City wall
Tony Miller- Interim extraordinaire
Charles Tatham- contrarian actuary
Chris Brown- partially buttocked LEBC luninaire
Andy Seed- Gobby from Deloittes
Holly James- Princess of Mallowstreet
Jennifer Stillman- Hedge Fund Queen from Caliburn
Shona Gould- CCT , late but full of good sense.
HMRC aren’t going to squeeze £4bn pa out of AA/LTA
AA/LTA bit of a side issue
Auto-enrolment rules a start but the contributions need to rack up on Australian lines
NEST is ok
£140 BSP is too many green and white papers away to get excited about but what it’s all about.
CARE for public pensions
Next lunch is Monday December 6th- same place but we’ll be doing a Christmas special.