Tag Archives: Accountability

Someone has to be accountable for how our savings grow

There are two ways of managing a pension system. The first allows people to make their own way home and is based on freedom and choice (think 401k and UK pension freedoms). The second is through defaults that are “done … Continue reading

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The terror of league tables

  Unless you are top of the league (and having a laugh), looking at a league table with you or your team in it, can be a scary team. Friday afternoon is when First Actuarial publish their Monkey League and … Continue reading

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The Public Accounts Committee on Auto-Enrolment – (tweets on DWP/tPR and NEST)

I’m not sure a blog has ever been written around one person’s tweets of an event, but Jo Cumbo’s online reporting of the Public Accounts Committee’s session on auto-enrolment is so excellent that I thought to hand over to her … Continue reading

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THE PHILOSOPHY OF TRUST – Onora O’Neil

I came across this on mallowstreet and thought it relevent to many of the discussions on this blog. I’ve written about ethics and political philosophy all my working life, but until the last two years I did not write on … Continue reading

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