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Clara – a most likeable Superfund

There is something immensely likeable about Clara. It is now listed on the Pension Regulator’s website as  Britain’s first Superfund. The news was greeted with relief by those involved with defined benefit pensions and with obvious pleasure from Clara’s principles … Continue reading

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In the Vanguard of the IGCs

This year’s IGC reports have been delayed over an arcane dispute over what constitutes a scheme year (see appendix).  But the good news is the delay will allow for some IGCs to open a debate about what counts for value … Continue reading

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Some thoughts for IGCs and Providers on investment pathways.

It’s nice to get into conversation with Peter Robertson, who I know as the first man promoting Vanguard in the UK but many know as the doyen of Standard Life International. Peter sent me an article he’s written directed at … Continue reading

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Prudential IGC reports a notable victory for savers.

2019/20 – a battle won Prudential’s is the last IGC to publish its Chair report this year and I suspect the report we get is rather different than the report planned earlier in the year. Chair Lawrence Churchill tells us … Continue reading

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The Prudential’s 2017 IGC Chair report

  The Prudential’s Lawrence Churchill has published the Prudential IGC’s Chair Statement (the first of the crop). You can read it here https://www.pru.co.uk/pdf/PRUAG5076_A.pdf. Last year, I reviewed this Statement and gave it the thumbs up, I’m going to give it … Continue reading

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