Daily Archives: April 17, 2017

Virgin Money IGC report;- now that’s the way to do it!

  Last year’s report from Virgin Money was the best I read and this year’s report looks like it might make it a notable double. The Virgin Stakeholder Pension comes under severe scrutiny The report does not pull its punches, … Continue reading

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The Old Mutual IGC – “impotent and bed rid”

    Last year I was enthusiastic about the Old Mutual Wealth (OMW) IGC. I am afraid my enthusiasm has turned to world-weary scepticism that the IGC packs a punch sufficient to push much forward for the members of the various … Continue reading

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Meeting the Pensions Minister

Tomorrow (18th April) I get to meet the Pensions Minister, which I’m excited about. I’d written to Richard Harrington a few weeks ago, after an amendment to the Pension Schemes Bill had been thrown out. I’d helped the Labour Party … Continue reading

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