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2022’s the year for lawyers to stop moaning

  I’ve just read Pension Expert’s lengthy article  “2022-Lawyers-call-for-regulatory-pension-pause“. Rather than a pause in legislation, I’d like to see a pause in moaning – and a focus on simplifying the pension system by focusing on consolidation I have little sympathy … Continue reading

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93% of advisers put two fingers up to TPR’s Fast Track funding proposals

The UK #pensions sector has undertaken a temperature check on major changes to a funding code, governing DB schemes, proposed by the Regulator. The result was a cool response to proposals for a new “twin track” approach to scheme valuations. … Continue reading

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A time to be angry

  I got angry yesterday… I was on a conference call with a couple of lawyers arguing about the technical difference between a “duty of care” and the need to “act in good faith”. Apparently the semantics let an employer … Continue reading

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NEST is not auto-enrolment

  I went to a talk yesterday by a former shadow cabinet minister of state for the DWP. It was under Chatham House rules so I can’t tell you which one – it doesn’t matter which one – it matters … Continue reading

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