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Tag Archives: Australia
WWW.Covid-arg.com By Jennifer Lang and Karen Cutter COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. Educate. Influence. Introduction For much of the pandemic, Australia, along with its neighbour New Zealand, has been relatively successful in protecting its population from the … Continue reading
The Australian Treasury has recently consulted with its citizens on how to oblige Trustees of its huge Super funds to provide them with retirement income. There are parallels in the UK. Over the autumn and winter, the DWP will … Continue reading
Bananarama and the Funboy Three do not figure on my Spotify playlists , they supplied us with some annoying earworms and the inspiration for this blog but ‘Tain’t What You Do (It’s the Way That You Do It) is a … Continue reading
Australia is facing up to some tough questions and it is asking the questions we need to ask. For example, should we assume that all ESG investments a good thing, or are some more beneficial to pension savers than others? … Continue reading
With characteristic bluntness, the Australian Government has decided that if a pension fund is not delivering to its users, it will be starved of new savers until it does. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) will develop systems that will enable … Continue reading
Life expectancy is a statistical calculation which estimates the average number of years individuals in a certain group will live. However, people seem to interpret it as an expert opinion that tells them exactly how long they can expect to … Continue reading
Most UK pension people will look at this advert (on Linked in) with bemusement, some may think it a scam, but I know the people behind this initiative and that, in Australia, they are in earnest for good. This article … Continue reading
This blog is about how we make sure we have enough cash to pay the bills (including the butcher’s bills) Cashing out pensions – the lure In its recent policy statement (P20/6), the FCA leaves two carve-outs (loopholes) for advisers … Continue reading
Jim Hennington is a good actuary and like a good Aussie, he tells it how it is. We all know the Australian Super system is a mature DC pension savings system, much more mature than the UK’s. In this article, … Continue reading