Daily Archives: April 1, 2017

Phoenix and the Hare bear bunch!

Last year I gave the Phoenix IGC chair report three greens out of three- the only report to get a “clear round”. It doesn’t quite make the double this year, but this is another excellent report which should be required … Continue reading

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Should Scottish Widows IGC do its PR?

  Reading the Scottish Widows IGC report, I felt a little uncomfortable; it wasn’t until I read Professional Pensions that I understood why. Professional Pensions is properly reporting the party line , the IGC… “is encouraged by the provider’s “progress” … Continue reading

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L&G’s IGC goes public on hidden costs

It’s unfair on a very good IGC report that I focus on its breakthrough feature, but the decision of the IGC to publish the full cost of the funds used within L&G’s defaults needs to be given the headline news. … Continue reading

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