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Monthly Archives: March 2021
We have enjoyed in London, two stunning spring days that have felt like summer. Meanwhile, those who have been shielding for over a year, can only look on and await partial release from tomorrow. To my friends who have been … Continue reading
Hot on the heels of this morning’s blog , a jingoistic piece on the resurgence of the UK as a pension power, here is a blog by Robin Powell that explains rather better than I , the frailties of Australia’s much … Continue reading
Bananarama and the Funboy Three do not figure on my Spotify playlists , they supplied us with some annoying earworms and the inspiration for this blog but ‘Tain’t What You Do (It’s the Way That You Do It) is a … Continue reading
Ros Altmann’s proposal needs to be taken seriously. The idea is not hers, it has been part of Just’s policy position for some time, but her amplification is important. We might consider a Pension Wise appointment akin to a financial … Continue reading
Thanks to Peter Tompkins for introducing me to this remarkable poem. I counted my years & realized that I have Less time to live by, Than I have lived so far. I feel like a child who won a pack … Continue reading
General remarks about “tinkering” with the charge cap A good place to start one’s thinking on charges caps is by asking “what is being capped and why?”. Not all costs and charges are capped by the 2015 cap. Costs that … Continue reading
I write extensively on social purpose and my desire that pension schemes should be a force for societal good. It is right and proper for Government to call for evidence that pension schemes (whether Governed by Trust or … Continue reading
I read two articles this morning on the sustainability of pensions, both are short and are free to read. If you have a few minutes read Richard Butcher’ “The future is… consolidation?” in Pension Expert and then read “Social factors … Continue reading
COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. Educate. Influence. From Matthew Edwards Summary Many ethnic minorities have suffered disproportionately from COVID-19: the spread of infection has been higher, and survival from COVID-19 has been lower per infection. … Continue reading