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Chile’s pension expectations dashed – what can we learn?

In the early 1980s Chile became the first OECD nation to switch from a Pay as you go pension system to a system dependent on private pensions. True the long-tail of state liabilities isn’t due to end till 2045 but … Continue reading

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Con Keating -“CDC is no hardy perennial”

  A critic of CDC began a recent blog with: “Collective Defined Contribution is a hardy perennial”, which, to my mind, is only appropriate for a scheme of arrangement capable of delivering pension benefits more efficiently and equitably than any … Continue reading

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Do they mean us? How others countries see UK pensions!

The late  great Derek Jameson indulged us for a decade with facile but fascinating insights into how Johnny Foreigner viewed the Brits and ( when national self-esteem was low), we loved it! No matter how bad things were for us, … Continue reading

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