Tag Archives: GDPR

How GDPR helps us make sense of pensions!


Adrian Boulding has written an excellent article about the new cost and charges disclosures. I will quote only the conclusion and urge you read the rest of it here. Can we hope to obtain full investment charges data onto a … Continue reading

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Don’t share this after 25th May – it’s far too good (the new Quietroom video)


In case you didn’t read this morning’s blog on GDPR, here is the blog the other way around, just because I can be as annoying as I like (until May 25th when apparently the fun stops). Enough about GDPR- here … Continue reading

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GDPR – a contrarian view


I was going to entitle this piece “f*#k GDPR” but I have too many people I like, who live that dream, to risk offence. But I’ll be glad after 25th May, not to have to spend 30 minutes a day, … Continue reading

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