Tag Archives: Newton

Master trusts and the half-built bridge

Not all master trusts are the same “Master trusts give value for money” -it’s a statement that is made time and again. Yet, when you look at how master trusts are invested, you see massive disparities between them. At yesterday’s … Continue reading

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Chris Nichols gives the Pension PlayPen Newton’s investment update

I was sitting in a meeting at the PLSA conference last week when the bloke in the seat in front of me asked a very sensible question about risk capacity. It turned out it was Chris Nicholls and that he … Continue reading

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Why would management fees be any cheaper for #cdc than DC?

It’s a question posed by John Ralfe- to me – on twitter. It’s a serious question and one that Jeremy Cooper, doyen of the Australian Super system is clearly interested in too. The question cannot be simply answered with reference … Continue reading

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Meaningless choice

“choices should only be offered where they are meaningful, timely and can be taken in the full understanding of both up and downside”.
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