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We talk to retirees the language of a bygone age

Governance improving – but… The DWP has been asking itself some searching questions about the governance of the workplace pensions that Britain will be increasingly rely on to supplement the state pension and eventually overtake it as our main source … Continue reading

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Our best shot at pension simplification in a generation!

It’s an interesting time right now for those involved in DC regulation. This blog suggests that if we can find a single definition of value for money that is acceptable to TPR and FCA, then we can massively simplify DC … Continue reading

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No more reports – nobody reads!

Baroness Bennett, Stedman-Scott and Altmann – getting things done   Every year occupational pensions schemes are required to publish reports that nobody reads. Clearly this is unsatisfactory and we could go two ways Stop writing the reports (would anyone notice?) … Continue reading

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And now for something completely different – Zurich’s IGC statement

Zurich’s IGC Chair Statement  was published 18th March, nearly three weeks before the publication of this blog. You can find it by going here https://www.zurich.co.uk/en/about-us/media-centre/life-news/2016/independent-governance-committee-publishes-its-first-report. Navigate through the press release and you get another page of corporate waffle https://www.zurich.co.uk/en/about-us/independent-governance-committee and finally at … Continue reading

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