Tag Archives: Assessment of Value

FCA unveil a horror-show from 17 fund managers

  It is hard to read the FCA’s verdict on the first round of Value Assessments from fund managers without getting very angry. The list of crimes against the consumer is long and unremitting. While clearly there were some Assessments … Continue reading

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TPR/FCA and Government – shining light on value for money

TPR’s Corporate Plan  for the next three years is for the most part solid and uncontroversial. Where it extends beyond the 2020 plan is in a long section on value for money which I have quoted in full below. The … Continue reading

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Taking someone else’s numbers for it. The shortcomings of AoVs.

  I suffer from pension dreams, these wake me up at odd hours of the morning with questions that I cannot answer. This morning’s question was put to me by someone who bought a pension savings plan from me when … Continue reading

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