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The grand old Duke of York should have “avoided foreseeable harm”….

Anyone who is familiar with the Consumer Duty knows the phrase “avoiding foreseeable harm” but trustees and funders of occupational schemes may not. That’s because the Consumer Duty doesn’t extend as far as occupational schemes. Perhaps it should. If you … Continue reading

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Why employers pay no attention to the pension

Darren Say has written a very contentious article that you can read here¬†https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20141203141647-42828632-ae-pensions-insanity Darren opens by repeating three¬†statements on pensions …employers don’t want world class pensions, they just want the problem to comply with AE legislation to be taken off … Continue reading

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Meaningless choice

“choices should only be offered where they are meaningful, timely and can be taken in the full understanding of both up and downside”.
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