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- Downing Street’s three pension interventions this century.
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Monthly Archives: June 2012
It didn’t rain- well it hardly rained! That’s a positive The river does strange things to your sense of time and place since the compass of your travel is limited to a narrow band of water threading through the countryside. … Continue reading
The last few days have not been good for those relying on RBS – be it their own , their employers’ or of their creditors’ RBS bank account. We have become reliant on our banking system and as Robert Peston put it … Continue reading
This is an excellent article from my friend Simon Kew who trades as the Pensions Jackal on twitter. The subject may seem obscure but it isn’t – if you are in a Defined Benefit Pension Scheme you should know about … Continue reading
Management is a carrot and stick affair. If you are managing a company pension plan you can reward your pension manager with ongoing support or you can give it the sack. That’s governance for you. But if you are sponsoring a … Continue reading
While investment consultants ponder the fifty shades of grey of diversification, I ponder just who , outside a small number of “experts” is prepared to take a decision on the default investment option of a company’s defined contribution pension scheme. This question … Continue reading
Simples- they are today’s top stories and they’re all about personal greed. This article condemns that greed and suggests that people can have fun without ripping off others. Jimmy Carr has been caught using K2 – a Jersey loan back arrangement that left … Continue reading
That headline is a big promise. But here it is: The economic history of the world going back to Year 1 showing the major powers’ share of world GDP, from a research letter written by Michael Cembalest, an analyst … Continue reading