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Monthly Archives: May 2016
Especially if you’re that fat fingered! Best wishes from the penison plowman.
A little tardy (but not as tardy as fellow auto-enrolment SIPP, Intelligent money, True Potential has produced its IGC report, you can read it here. You would have to be good at web navigation and persevering, to find it. I … Continue reading
Below are the questions I’ve been asked to address next month at the Pension and Benefit Conference. I hope that when robots go to grammar school, they’ll be able to do a little better framing the question! The framing of the … Continue reading
We probably know more about the solvency of our defined benefit pension schemes than we have ever done. They are subject to rigorous examination by Experian who stress test them for failure to calculate their levy to the Pension … Continue reading
The man on the boundary I had a very relaxed conversation with a fund manager on the boundary yesterday. The chap I was talking to was a fund manager , conversation turned to the fixed costs of the fund – … Continue reading
his website looks like he hasn’t come across social media yetThe man in the blue suit is Bernard Rhodes, who delivered a spell-binding monologue for nearly three hours last night at the British Library. Bernard Rhodes If you don’t know … Continue reading
There has been increasing clamour in recent times for more stringent regulation of Master Trusts. The Government has duly obliged, tacking a Pensions Bill onto the Queen’s Speech. The details of the Bill are currently light, although it is … Continue reading
BHS and Tata Steel; they have a lot in common BHS is a failed retailer, a tired brand with 11,000 employees and a medium sized pension scheme with a hole in it. Tata Steel is a failed steelmaker, an iconic business … Continue reading
In a potentially disastrous development to the negotiations around British Steel’s pension benefits, the Government is considering allowing the rights of British Steel workers (including those drawing their pensions) – to be cut. There is no precedent for this. Pensions … Continue reading