Daily Archives: September 4, 2017

Pension Play Pen lunch – “April 18th – a nudge too far?”


It’s one of the key questions for the next 6 months. Will the cost to employers  of the ramp from 1 to 2% of bank earnings, combined with the introduction of the National Living Wage – bump up the business … Continue reading

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What future – if we cannot rely on universities in twenty years time?


When I wrote my blog yesterday, I had not read the USS consultation document which contains the basis of the triennial valuation it has just completed. I was writing “over” the FT article written by Jo Cumbo which (as usual) presented … Continue reading

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