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FCA delivers tardy providers and their IGCs a sucker punch

In a surprise statement, the FCA has accepted it my not given providers of workplace Group Personal Pensions (GPPs), sufficient clarity on what the FCA is looking for them to disclose. Some stakeholders think that costs and charges data should … Continue reading

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Bench marking will challenge IGCs and raise their game!

This blog is a follow up to my piece which asks whether the FCA has let the IGCs off with impunity. The FCA has chosen not to publicly humiliate failing IGCs but to give them clear guidance for  the future. … Continue reading

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The future of employee benefits (guest blog from Matthew Masters)

Have you wondered what the future of employee benefit consulting holds in a world where 1.5 million employers will have workplace pensions? One thing’s for certain, with all those employers there will always be employees. With employees come employee benefits. … Continue reading

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