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- The use and abuse of pension’s “tax-free cash”.
- Downing Street’s three pension interventions this century.
- Schemes consolidate-pots proliferate;- tPR’s mixed news
- “Saved enough to stop work?” – the impact of pension freedoms on the labour market
- Auto-enrolment upgrade? Let’s sort out state benefits first.
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Tag Archives: Banks
The FT reports (with its usual light touch ) that the collateralized debt obligation is back and being used by Global Pension Funds (and hedge funds) as an alternative to junk bonds. I question whether in its “authentic” (CLO) or … Continue reading
News that the HSBC is to slash it’s costs by $5bn. spells trouble for 6,000 British workers and their families. It will probably be seen as good news to the shareholders of the bank but what of the customers? There was … Continue reading
“If you ain’t cheating – you ain’t trying” “Time to lay off the banks” – I hear it every day. I live with a Director of a leading retail bank- she claims not to read my blogs – I’d like to … Continue reading
There has been an assumption that through Guidance, Advice and revitalised Product, Britain’s lucky retirees drawing benefits from 2015 will take advantage of the new pension freedoms and things will be alright. The sharp of sight will have noticed a … Continue reading
There had been signs that the Investment Management Association (IMA) was at last coming to terms with the needs of consumers and those who advise them to reveal the cost of owning their funds. In May , Daniel Godfrey- its … Continue reading
Professional Pensions run the story of the £22.9m fine dished out to State Street who had been double charging clients for years. I had thought of custodians till recently as their name suggests as guardians of assets, not as asset strippers. … Continue reading