Tag Archives: Confidence

“Give us the information and let us get on with it!” – TRUST & CONFIDENCE in 2020 pensions

Transparency is about letting people see the information they want to see, not the information you want them to see. This important distinction is missed by many of the people I talk to as part of my work at AgeWage. … Continue reading

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CDC – cons diminish confidence!

I am fairly confident that before the end of October, before even next week’s budget, the DWP will consult on CDC. We are told by the Pensions Minister , that the test case is Royal Mail but that legislation will … Continue reading

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NOW – for something completely different.

Amid all the noise of auto-enrolment , one master trusts has put its head down and got on with mending a damaged reputation by hard work and through decent behaviour. I’m talking about NOW pensions. NOW was set up by … Continue reading

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The role of the insurance market in developing Fintech

Have you thought about the risks of e-commerce? This blog talks to those interested in Fintech and in particular the promotion of the start-ups that drive innovation in financial markets. My digital start-up, Pension PlayPen is in terms of staff, … Continue reading

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