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BRAVO! PLSA puts “cost of living” top of its Annual Conference agenda!

A few weeks ago , I wrote to the people organising the agenda for the PLSA’s annual conference in October, suggesting they include a session on how we as pension people can help those suffering from the cost of living … Continue reading

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Double-barreled female success!

It’s been a good week for strong women, Westminster has one more female MP and Sarah and Emma have topped the pension appointment pages. They are contemporaries of mine and two people whose company I enjoy, they are showing that … Continue reading

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Open pensions; – the opportunity …and the threat.

Darren Philp’s a passionate guy and you should read his piece in Professional Pensions on how we should allow the Pension Dashboard to be part of the open finance initiative. He even has a Mary Poppins moment Apps and aggregators, … Continue reading

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Is the Green tide stronger than one man?

  In the past few days the Paris Treaty has been ratified. One man, Donald Trump, has threatened to put the short term interests of his country above the longer term interests of the globe. Neither we nor his citizens … Continue reading

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It’s the L&G IGC forum – I’m not going for tea and biscuits.

L&G have championed the idea of the Independent Governance Committee. Before they were a twinkle in the FCA’s eye, L&G had got going and today is the third forum for members of their workplace pension plans. I haven’t been before … Continue reading

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FINANCIAL UNDERSTANDING – what one insurer’s doing to improve things.

A lot of people think that big financial institutions prey upon the ignorance of the public. Many have, many have treated their customers as seals to be clubbed on the beach. Part of the problem for insurers was that they … Continue reading

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