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The key to saving savings – guest blog from Tom Hibbard

    Has the key to the UK’s retirement savings challenge been in front of us for the last decade? An insight into behavioural economics may prove both informative and significant.   Auto-enrolment is now well under way in the … Continue reading

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“Why does the garbage man not understand his pension”- Tom Hibbard- KAS Bank

“I speak to everyone in the same way, whether he is the garbage man or the president of the university” – Albert Einstein   This quote has really resonated with me of late as I find myself reading more and … Continue reading

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The time for cost transparency is now – guest blog from Stewart Bevan

  The topic of transparency of costs and charges refuses to go away. Significant costs are still not being disclosed fully to asset owners who often have no idea of their potential impact.   I recently heard a discussion about … Continue reading

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KAS Bank – where integrity and independence are absolute

Late last year, KAS Bank appointed Dr Chris Sier as its UK Managing Director. It was a statement of intent and taken so those of us who have hoped to see the scales fall in favour of the consumers of … Continue reading

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The true cost of pensions; UK vs Netherlands – guest blog from Emma Craig of KAS Bank

  Yesterday the Financial Services Consumer Panel released a paper outlining key issues for long term savers created by opacity in the true cost of investing in pensions. As auto-enrolment of workers into (predominantly) Defined Contribution pensions continues apace the … Continue reading

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