Tag Archives: consolidation

Why this pensions bill matters

  A Pensions Schemes Bill has been included in the Queen’s Speech , which lays out the legislative plans for the forthcoming parliamentary session. This bill includes legislation to enable the pensions dashboard and collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes to … Continue reading

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Consolidation – Darren Jefferson says it’s only just begun.

It’s all around us, auto motive manufacturers, lawyers, employee benefit consultants, you name it. The same reasons for the deal are usually given whether you believe them or not, ‘We complement each other really well’ ‘it will allow us to … Continue reading

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A lot not happening! PLSA update

  As the PLSA conference winds down and attendees return home, they will be left wondering what hasn’t happened. A lot of debate didn’t happen because those most wanting to debate were not at the Conference. Thankfullly we had expert … Continue reading

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“So what’s the problem?” Con Keating on the PLSA’s consolidation paper.

    The PLSA paper “The case for consolidation” begs an important question; one far broader than it addresses. The Pensions Regulator and DWP have concluded that DB pensions do not suffer from a problem of systemic risk, but the … Continue reading

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Let’s focus on real issues,not shock headlines- Dan Mikulskis on DB pensions

Though Redington and First Actuarial are very different types of consultancy, we share a concern for the future of DB and see many things in similar ways. This is a great blog by Dan Mikulskis, Head of Defined Benefit Pensions, … Continue reading

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“Let my pension go!” Important news for those in workplace pensions

      This morning I got this email from John Yeo at the FCA We have published our final rules on capping early exit charges for consumers eligible to access the Government’s pension reforms from age 55. From 31st … Continue reading

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Why shouldn’t pot follow member? Guest blog from Ralph Frank

The Government has recently announced that it has suspended plans to require that defined contribution pension pots of less than £10,000 automatically transfer when savers change jobs (and related pension arrangements).  Although the legal compulsion for such transfers has been … Continue reading

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