Tag Archives: John

DB pensions; experts are the problem, people are the answer.

  The best thing (for me) about going to the international Longevity Centre’s launch of their study of DB deficits was John. I’d seen him when I walked into the committee room in the House of Lords, he had his … Continue reading

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Heavyweight support for CDC – the Dutchmen strike back!

I sit and watch; – like 1.2m other employers, I just want to see the money I pay into a workplace pension generate the best outcomes it can. Continue reading

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“Stick or twist” for the lifecos.

It is hard for the insurers to twist because they think the dealer’s against them. Continue reading

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“What’s expensive for a pension these days?”

Most UK pension people may still agree with you and see 0.9% as cheap but not me. It might have been cheap in 2000 and it certainly isn’t today! Continue reading

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