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Monthly Archives: January 2021
This morning I wrote about how a UK start-up has been able to bootstrap itself into offering the world’s first carbon neutral pension through the passion, conviction and vision of its founder – Ben Pollard. But it’s not just the … Continue reading
No pension scheme has so committed itself to the cause of preventing climate change as Cushon.Ben Pollard told me that it would take me 27 years of recycling my household waste to do as much for the planet as … Continue reading
1 / 🎉 Today, the Pension Schemes Bill has passed Parliament – delivering pensions that are: 🔒Safer📱Better🍃and Greener This thread explains all 👇 pic.twitter.com/lujbSZRliv — Guy Opperman (@GuyOpperman) January 19, 2021 At around 5pm on the afternoon of 19th … Continue reading
Very early in my career, in order to learn to understand and speak Japanese, it was necessary to comprehend the circumlocutions and etiquette of that culture. ‘Yes, but….’ means ‘NO!’ was an early revelation. Responses to regulatory consultations similarly have … Continue reading
The FCA has published the second of its analyses of the DB transfer market which shows how the trend to “de-risk” DB liabilities by buying out liabilities through CETVs has continued apace. This article argues that – blameworthy … Continue reading
This piece has been written by my friend Una King who I first met when she was finance director of Cincom. In the early days of the Pension PlayPen, Una could be relied on to organise and orchestrate great days … Continue reading
Tomorrow, employers can choose to participate in a pension plan whose standard investment strategy will decelerate the creation of carbon emissions to zero. This article looks beyond the headline and asks what the impact of this bold move will … Continue reading
The situation in our hospitals is serious and the threat to the NHS is obvious here in London, I live besides Barts hospital and the sirens of ambulances are a feature of every day. But what do the numbers tell … Continue reading
I have good reason to feel sorry for myself this morning, but I am not sorry for myself – I am in an extremely good news for the following five reasons I am listening to Aggers and Tuffers on test … Continue reading
Are investors overpaying millions for trackers? Hats off to Money Marketing investment director Charlotte Richards for a cracking piece of work that highlights that investors could be being left millions of pounds out of pocket from over-paying for what what is … Continue reading