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LGPS made illiquids real for me – thanks to Debbie Fielder and Hymans Robertson.

It sounds wrong to think about increasing value for money in pensions by spending more on the management of our money, but that’s what this blog is saying and if your predisposition is to follow Warren Buffet’s advice and invest … Continue reading

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His Majesty’s Treasury’s big idea for pensions needs help

HMT has one explicit pensions policy mentioned in the mini-budget. The government is proposing that “well designed” performance fees, typically levied by private equity and venture capital managers, should be excluded from the 0.75% charge cap on DC workplace pension … Continue reading

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Altmann and Fawcett on DC’s new bargain

  Over the Easter weekend , I continued to question the legitimacy of illiquids in the default funds that dominate retirement saving in the UK. To date these funds have invested in liquid funds which have sought returns by passively … Continue reading

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Is Opperman getting it done? #PLSAinvest20

¬† Three months is a long time in politics. At the beginning of December Guy Opperman was part of a minority Government seemingly on the ropes. Three months¬† later, he is part of a Government with a majority of 80 … Continue reading

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