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The Pension Regulator should not market workplace pensions.

  In his statement to announce his scheme’s withdrawal from tPR’s list of workplace pension providers Morton Nilsson claims NOW: Pensions has always been a huge supporter of the master trust assurance framework and was one of the first providers … Continue reading

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If I ran a master trust…

Not all of us run a master trust, though you might think it was Britain’s boom industry from the amount of press “master trust proliferation” has got. This blog is here for those who do, and for those who advise … Continue reading

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There’s no shortcut to pension due diligence -Ros.

It’s reported in the FT that efforts to regulate the burgeoning master trust market have stalled and we’ll have nothing on the statute books this time 2017. This is no surprise, there is no legislative window till Pensions Act 2016 … Continue reading

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“Another girl- another Planet” – the wonderful world of NEST

Helen Dean, the new CEO of NEST has set out her stall in the pages of Professional Pensions. Much of what she says is intelligent and helpful Helping .. small and micro employers means seeing AE through their eyes. Instead of … Continue reading

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