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When naming and shaming had to stop

It now is clear there are not one but two firms that have been hit with a  £350,000 fine through escalating penalties from the Pensions Regulator and both relate to the non-payment of monies into staff pension accounts. These are … Continue reading

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It is time to ban contingent charging on DB transfers.

The argument for contingent charging (in abstract) The best case for contingent charging appears on this blog and it’s made by Pete Doherty, Managing Partner and CIO of Tideway. I published this blog to provide balance and to create debate.  This is … Continue reading

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Theft is theft – however and whoever.

    I have been reading about Messrs Grey and Kelly on the FCA’s website. These two advisers systematically pillaged client accounts;  the FCA has found that Mr Kelly what is more Clearly these guys were up to no good … Continue reading

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