Tag Archives: Mark Scantlebury

The risks of partial disclosure

Look at this photo.   You might have thought that Ruston Smith had won a CDC award for Tesco. Certainly not the case! Now look at the full picture! Mark Scantlebury has won an award for Quietroom, partly for his … Continue reading

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“what should tell the staff?” Pension PlayPen Lunch today!

  Every first business Monday of the month, the Pension Play Pen Linked In group meet in the Partners Room of the Counting House in Cornhill to discuss pressing issues of the day. True to form, we meet today (Monday … Continue reading

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We need some disruption – to sort the Hard Problem

Tom Stoppard’s new play, the Hard Problem, asks whether individual consciousness (and the ideas of good and evil that go with it) can exist in a material world Continue reading

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What can go wrong now? Pension Play Pen 2015 risk register

The Pension Play Pen London Lunch Group met for the 62nd consecutive month to establish a Pension Risk Register for the UK in 2015. This might be considered ambitious for an hour long session, not least as our conversation competed … Continue reading

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E-Christmas Cards – a very rum idea if you ask me.

What do you do with e-christmas cards? They bother me. “E-Christmas card” is a misnoma, most of these e-thingies seem the product of the thought police who de-risk corporate communications. “Merry” is of course out – a whiff of intoxication … Continue reading

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