Monthly Archives: November 2022

Find out how the PPF used LDI as part of its pension strategy – TODAY 10.30-FREE

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Why steelworker’s compo is set to fall by £15,000

The FCA has published its proposed redress scheme for steelworkers but it looks like the compensation will cost £49m rather than the estimated £71m earlier this year. The new compensation levels are now estimated to average  £45,000 (down from £60,000)  … Continue reading

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Football should lose the “fear of losing”

Watching Belgium lose yesterday to Morocco was a depressing experience. The world’s #2 ranked team played as if the worries of the world were being carried on their backs and they lost, as the headline says “without passion” When asked … Continue reading

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“IF I was a Director “… how Nest can overhaul itself.

  Nest is recruiting three non-executive directors to increase the diversity of its Board. This is an opportunity, 12 years in, for Nest to ask fundamental questions about how it can move itself and auto-enrolment along. Diversity of outlook I … Continue reading

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Judging the net zero pledges of workplace pensions

Competition between workplace pension providers has been a great boon to the 11 million new savers who have payroll contributions being made towards a retirement pot. The vast majority of the retirement pots being built up are likely to see … Continue reading

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Crypto lives outside the regulatory perimeter – just let it burn.

Apparently the crypto boom has burst for the Miami nightclubs that prospered on the extravagance of crypto nerds who made and paid for their parties in bit coin. The new partygoers were “95 per cent men, young . . . with a kind … Continue reading

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Covid currently on the wane – unlike excess deaths – C19 Friday report

                                                                                                                         http://www.covidactuaries.org Friday Report: Issue 73 By: Adele Groyer & John Roberts Covid-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. Educate. Influence.   Covid-19 is still among the most important health topics for scientific papers and articles. The Covid‑19 Actuaries Response … Continue reading

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How linkedin is winning eyeballs

  Linked in is the least sexy social media platform ever, but it has 750m + members which is more than one in ten people on the planet and in developed countries, especially those for whom English is the lingua … Continue reading

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Capturing the prize – or why you shouldn’t bet money you don’t have!

    Was the  football side that beat Iran 6-2 an average team that played well or was the that drew with the USA a good team that played poorly? Our view of the England’s performance in the world cup … Continue reading

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Find out how the PPF used LDI as part of its pension strategy

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