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- A pension settlement needs general agreement.
- Common sense to the rescue; Royal Mail and the CWU adopt CDC.
- Financial Regulators aren’t carved out of stone – they need a merry Christmas too!
- Risk sharing in pensions for USS employers
- “Mind the width – improve the quality” #Pensions must “include” properly!
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- Financial Regulators aren’t carved out of stone – they need a merry Christmas too! lnkd.in/gu3saw6Restoring confidence in pensions 2 hours ago
- Risk sharing in pensions for USS employers lnkd.in/gZiwNJKRestoring confidence in pensions 2 hours ago
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Today we see the launch of the Government’s new industrial strategy. Five Live’s “Wake up to Money” program came from the white heat of a Coventry industrial research plant. Last week Nigel Wilson called for us to put back the Capital into Capitalism … Continue reading
Pension funds are struggling to find suitable assets in which to invest, says Pat Race of KPMG in an article in FTfm. The headline of the article is that “North American Pension Funds grow assets faster than their … Continue reading
Can someone explain what is meant by an investment advisory fee in this context? The report appears in Financial Planning Today which describes itself as the daily news website for Financial Planners, Paraplanners and Wealth Managers. The article doesn’t mention … Continue reading
John Ralfe kindly promoted my article on the lack of diversity in the AE review. The AE review and the pension stitch up. https://t.co/8585n7hOEL via @henryhtapper is spot on — John Ralfe (@JohnRalfe1) February 11, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Responsible John By … Continue reading
It is very rare that savers get told they’re “having it good”, but if you’re saving into a workplace pension default , you’ve just had a great 12 months. I’m looking at a piece of paper that tells me … Continue reading
This article has been published by Mike Osuka on his blog. You can read the original here; http://tinyurl.com/j82en9s . Mike is a Professor in the Department of Philosophy, Logic & Scientific Method at the London School of Economics. He’s kindly … Continue reading
Contrary to the received idea, Brexit and its aftershock, the Bank of England’s QE statement , has been good for the pension in people’s pocket. Ok, we don’t have pensions in our pocket- but if we’re simply valuing our pension … Continue reading
For millions of savers, the most important piece of financial news over the past few weeks has not been about the impact of bond yields on pension liabilities or their mortgage interest payments or the state of the stock market. … Continue reading
The Investment Association reported yesterday that jerks kneed £3,500,000,000 out of funds in June – “clearly Brexit has been unsettling, with property and equity funds particularly affected” – the report opined. Well £2.8bn was lost from equity funds and £1.4bn … Continue reading