Tag Archives: Chief executive officer

Is this what your savings are paying for?

We have another Twickenham home international coming up, look out for your favourite analyst , he’ll be in one of the glass-fronted boxes . Continue reading

Posted in Bankers, FSA, Twickenham | Tagged , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Can we get our business leaders to bother with pensions?

Our business leaders, a unique band of not more than a couple of thousand men (mostly), have not been leading the debate on workplace pensions. While Steve Webb and the DWP have proclaimed auto-enrolment as a transformational event, those charged … Continue reading

Posted in auto-enrolment, CDC, Change, corporate governance, David Pitt-Watson, dc pensions, de-risking, defined aspiration | Tagged , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

Getting CEOs and Chairmen “seriously relaxed” about pensions.

I don’t normally hob nob with FTSE 30¬†¬†Chairmen so when I met one at a party over the weekend I hit on him about pensions…this is the nub of the conversation Me-What do you know about auto-enrolment? Chairman-My pension person … Continue reading

Posted in auto-enrolment, corporate governance, pensions | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 12 Comments

Fair pensions at work.

How bosses decide to be paid is not just up to them. The shareholders, those lending money to the company and – not least – the rest of the workforce have a keen interest in making sure the company’s profits … Continue reading

Posted in corporate governance, dc pensions, Occupy London, OECD, pension playpen, Retirement | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Pension power! Is your employer doing enough?

Most people who read articles about pensions earn their living from pensions – managing the benefits or the investments, setting the things up or closing the things down. Most of the people who benefit from pensions do not (sadly) read … Continue reading

Posted in annuity, corporate governance, customer service, dc pensions, Facebook, mallowstreet, pension playpen, pensions, Retirement, social media, twitter | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Is personality an unrewarded risk?

Face it – I am your unrewarded risk.
Continue reading

Posted in Liability Driven Investment, mallowstreet, pension playpen, pensions | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments