Tag Archives: Keating

Track records matter – but which track?

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            There is a fascinating thread building in the comments section of my post on Value Assessments and False Prophets.  In this blog I try to pick out the key dynamics of the comments and … Continue reading

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Clacher and Keating blog “Bowles to the Regulator”.

We have received and responded to over one hundred questions, comments and criticisms arising from them. Not one has come from the Pensions Regulator. We have no evidence that the Regulator is listening to us or anyone else. Constructive engagement requires constructive listening, not selective hearing. Continue reading

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A different approach to pension scheme solvency and funding.

Solvency and Funding This is the second of our blogs answering questions which arose from our original essay written in response to the proposed DB Funding Code. It covers issues of solvency and funding. Solvency estimation involves the comparison of … Continue reading

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