Tag Archives: Impact

Selling pensions by the sausage not the sizzle!

  There’s an interesting debate going on in Australia about what sells Super. Super is the Australian system of delivering retirement income from workplace savings (it’s short for Superannuation) – a pension paid to a retired employee who has contributed … Continue reading

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Getting started on twitter; followers ≠ impact.

Simon Kuestenmacher @simongerman600 who reproduces wonderful charts and maps on what he calls “my beloved twitter”, mourns the slow progress of twitter relative Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Tic-Toc. He needn’t! For all its problems , twitter remains the home of the … Continue reading

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Can pensions impact for good? They’ve no choice but to.

Pension funds balk at No 10 appeal to fuel UK investment boom https://t.co/jTpJz8qNMU — Josephine Cumbo (@JosephineCumbo) September 27, 2021 Reading Jo Cumbo’s excellent article on the reaction of fund and pension scheme managers to Johnson and Sunak’s call for … Continue reading

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Why I’m changing my mind about NEST

Nest nudge pension freedoms to one side https://t.co/QTwvZDVnKt via @henryhtapper – we don’t have a NEST equivalent in Australia – and it’s starting to look like a significant oversight in the evolution of our #superannuation system. @NESTInsight — Jeremy Cooper … Continue reading

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Impact investing – follow your heart!

Putting your money where your heart is. I’m pleased to hear that steps are being taken to research the best opportunities for savers to make a difference with their money. Whether this is the voluntary saving we do into ISAs … Continue reading

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