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Monthly Archives: October 2012
I am afraid I have to report yet more moronic thinking from the investment community showing their disconnect with the ways and means of everyday folk. Example one is from Lyxor, who used to be called Societe Generale until they screwed … Continue reading
There is an unholy row going on between the NAPF on one side and the DWP and the ABI on the other centering on whether the average Joe wants the pension “pot” from his former employer to follow him to his new … Continue reading
Today I am in Hampshire in a posh hotel holed up with a bunch of hungover salesmen who for no obvious reason have hung around long enough to have become Sales Directors of the insurers and advisory firms they work for. … Continue reading
On Monday the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries delivered a paper stating that it would be able to deliver a system of lock-in guarantees at a price of less than 1% pa of the fund that could be used by … Continue reading
When I was a financial adviser, I often hear people say that they couldn’t afford to save into a pension. When I probed, this objection often boiled down to a fear that “tying up money” left people scared that in … Continue reading
Is Aviva a bus or a pension company? If I am entitled, am I eligible for a company contribution? If I am eligible, am I an entitled worker? Why has Gregg McClymont got so many consonants in his name? Why has … Continue reading
I wrote my first post on Frankel towards the start of his career and I’m posting this on his last – well as a racehorse – what happens next is hopefully just as fun! Here’s another great video that pins together a … Continue reading