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The most conclusive finding of a recent survey by PwC into pensions taxation was not even related to the respondents’ views on the central question of the survey (namely, the most appealing tax scenario for their pension)! Sixty percent of … Continue reading
April 6th 2016 should be a date with a red circle round it on any pension’s office calendar. It’s the day when contracting-out officially comes to an end- “cessates” – is no more. It is also the date when the … Continue reading
I’m off to Manhattan to talk to a couple of hundred Canadian pension experts. This is broadly what is going to be said, I’ll be sharing the stage with a couple of Canadian pension experts and (if you open the presentation), … Continue reading
This election was brutal. Gregg McClymont knew his fate but Steve Webb’s defeat was a shock to us all – sadly electors don’t wear pension goggles. Just as we were resigning ourselves to BAU, David Cameron announced Ros Altmann’s appointment … Continue reading
When I am invited to speak with young entrepreneurs on behalf of Blackbullion I always ask them how long they could last on their savings. It really does take twice as long and cost twice as much as expected to … Continue reading
We owe it to ourselves as Pension Professionals to make sure that we treat our customers fairly. Over the past three years we have seen a move to restore confidence in pensions, the RDR, auto-enrolment and the pension freedoms introduced … Continue reading
This blog is by Ralph Frank The financial services industry excels at producing Three Letter Acronyms (“TLAs”). One TLA that is likely to become an established part of pension lexicon is ‘IGC’. Independent Governance Committees (“IGCs”) are governance … Continue reading