Tag Archives: Andy Agethangelou

Transparency and its task force

If the concept of a Transparency task force conjures up a vision of covert operations and the Night Manager, you wouldn’t be far off the mark. At times during yesterday’s day-long meeting I sensed the competing forces of the Global … Continue reading

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IGCs and the Transparency Task Force

This is an article that will appear in the Transparency Times, Andy Agethangelou’s online paper  that will appear later this month. I am a big fan of the Tranparency TaskForce and also the publishing venture! If you aren’t a part of … Continue reading

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Why this carnage at the Investment Association?

I think I owe Daniel Godfrey an apology. I met him on a couple of occasions and he impressed upon me he was serious about transparency of cost and charges. I didn’t believe him- or at least I thought he … Continue reading

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Will auto-enrolment capacity get crunched?

  Today is the day of the Friends of Auto-Enrolment Capacity Crunch Conference which takes place in PWC’s offices at Charing Cross. The big debates of the day will be about Whether there will be a capacity crunch either in … Continue reading

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How interoperable are you?

One of the Friends of Auto-Enrolment’s groups is called the interoperability task-force. I think Andy Agethangelou makes these names up so his name seems short by comparison. “Interoperability” is a concept I haven’t come across before, but like a lot … Continue reading

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A Transparency Taskforce?

  A Transparency Taskforce? Sounds good doesn’t it?  Echoes of the Falklands, of Maggie v the Argies (don’t mention the Belgrano) But the task force that will meet later this morning at the University of London Senate House, at the … Continue reading

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Everything you wanted to know about the AE Common Data Standard (in 500 words)

  What’s the point? There are around 30 pension providers an employer can choose to set up their workplace pension and around 40 further providers who will convert their existing workplace pension into a scheme that qualifies for workplace pension. … Continue reading

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