Tag Archives: Pension Bee

Retirement – where is thy sting?

At over 2600 words, this is the longest comment to appear on this blog. It is written by Gareth Morgan who’s focus is not on “wealth” but on the alleviation of poverty. This blog is his critique, not of Pensions … Continue reading

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Pension dashboards get a timeline to a timeline.

  The Pensions Dashboard has at last got its own website which you can access here It’s not the prototype website which you can still access here Nor the excellent dashboard ideas site which is here Nor does it link … Continue reading

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From PS20-06 to the dashboard; – can the FCA pull it off?

  Amidst the noise of the ban on contingent charging, the FCA published a long and detailed Policy Statement PS20-06 For the most part, the FCA is concerned with people safeguarding their rights to promised benefits wherever they may come … Continue reading

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Increasing pension scam awareness

  As AgeWage prepares for its journey into the FCA Sandbox, we are becoming more aware of the vulnerability of ordinary people to pension scams. We are really worried about the impact of unemployment, especially on those who are over … Continue reading

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ESG? – don’t take anyone’s word for it!

  We employ asset managers for a reason The reason we employ asset managers is that they are better at investing our money than we are ourselves. They can do the job more time and cost effeciently , execute our … Continue reading

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Saving up, spending down – are our finances having a good war?

There is of course no such thing as a good war and there’s no good pandemic either. But personal finances for the mass affluent appear to be improving through lockdown, at least that’s what data coming out of Pension Bee … Continue reading

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Holy Pentechola! It’s Scam Man & Robbin’

  Four of the UK’s leading digital pension platforms have collaborated to create an engaging new online game that aims to educate consumers about pension scams in response to a spike in online fraud. The launch of Scam Man & Robbin’ follows … Continue reading

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Holding the thin blue line on pensions

1. The immediate threat of fraud The policing of pensions is a precarious business and the “thin blue line” is figurative. The police are reluctant , for good reason, to busy themselves in the complexities of criminal maladministration , prosecutions … Continue reading

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A radically simple solution to dashboard delivery.

Pension Bee has produced two important papers in the past week. The first is its response to the FCA’s call for input on Open Finance The second is yesterday’s public  call to action to bring open pensions as part of … Continue reading

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Pension Bee talks, LGIM listens

The Guardian announces this morning that Pension Bee’s campaign to get access to an LGIM fund that divests from companies profiting from fossil fuels. Getting the mighty LGIM. Britain’s biggest fund manager, to respond to customer pressure is no mean … Continue reading

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