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Tag Archives: Lesley Titcombe
I read this account of the Pension Minister’s rebuff to Lord Myners with some pride. Well done on Ollie Smith of Citywire for picking up on it. What Ros Altmann was saying is crucially important. The Pensions Regulator is there to … Continue reading
Well done Lesley Titcombe and hurrah for our best naval victory since Trafalgar! Continue reading
One of the worst things about doing my job is seeing people being fleeced without being able to do anything about it. I know that Katie Morley feels the same way – I can feel it when she’s writing about … Continue reading
The predictions are dire – mass non-compliance – auto-enrolment brought into disrepute and pensions marched out of the last chance saloon and replaced by ISAs. It is as if some of my colleagues actually want this to happen- not that … Continue reading
Helen Dean’s appointment as the new CEO of NEST , seems to have been greeted with a stifled yawn by the Pensions Press. Helen has the lowest of profiles, no social media presence, hardly a speaking engagement and a declaration … Continue reading
Charles Counsell spoke at the Regulator’s provider conference on Tuesday (30th June). These are my notes of what he said and there may be some minor inconsistencies. I hope to post a slide-share link to his slides when they are … Continue reading