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Tag Archives: Engagement
I have been publishing sections of my long response to the FCA and TPR’s call for input on the pensions consumer journey. We started by looking at the pension consumer journey asking whether simplifying and standardising it made sense … Continue reading
I really admire this Rowlands chap. I’ve know him for the best part of 30 years and in all that time he has never been anything but a gent. He’s now a Director at NEST and I urge you to … Continue reading
The only meaningful measure of a pension’s “value for money” is its appreciation by those getting the money – the pensioners and future pensioners. But those who offer pensions – providers, sponsors and fiduciaries are worried that the answers they … Continue reading
This is the 4th of eight blogs considering the questions put to us by the Work and Pensions Select Committee. Today’s exam question… How can savers be encouraged to engage with their savings? Quick answer; either we can convince … Continue reading
I was “privileged” to spend a whole day with one of the many employer groups we have in Britain. This meeting brought together Directors (especially FDs and Heads of HR) of Research and Technology organisations. When I say privileged – … Continue reading
I spent yesterday morning with Aviva at their future of Auto-Enrolment event in the City. Here’s Aviva’s 10 point wish-list for Auto-Enrolment. ADEQUACY: 1. Phase towards 12.5% contributions by 2028 2. Adopt a flat rate of tax relief – save … Continue reading
We live at a time dominated by data. Never before has data been so readily available to policy makers. But with so much about, it’s the job of those at DWP and tPR to sort out what’s relevant and what’s … Continue reading