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Workplace pensions may outgrow insurance platforms. but when?

Nico Aspinall had a conversation with me at yesterday’s Pension PlayPen coffee morning at which  he likened occupational pensions to infants learning to ride a bike. The analogy was between walking with a life platform and cycling with a custody … Continue reading

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Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

  I am glad to see that Sam Broadbeck of Pensions Insight has not allowed the State Street scandal to fall off the radar just yet. Writing in Pensions Insight, Sam points out that while Transition Management is not the … Continue reading

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What do you do when the lights go out?

Professional Pensions run the story of the £22.9m fine dished out to State Street who had been double charging clients for years. I had thought of custodians till recently as their name suggests as guardians of assets, not as asset strippers. … Continue reading

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Time to be clear on what’s a good workplace pension.

We are losing sight of what the charges consultation is about. It is about improving pension outcomes. Continue reading

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