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Who owns prudence?

Yesterday I wrote about my fears that in the rush to pay for an insurer to buy-out their pension scheme, employers and trustees may be ignoring the interests and interest of members.  The “interests” of members may be better served … Continue reading

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The reckless prudence of DB funding is immoral.

There are obviously complications and nuances with any pension scheme. But the fact that an erroneous, ill-timed valuation made #USS benefits unaffordable due to unnecessary deficit recovery payments is as black-and-white as any matter of pensions can get https://t.co/H7RJnnObXS — … Continue reading

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