Tag Archives: Pension consolidation

Could DC consolidation cause a fresh pension crisis?

    In this blog I argue that DC has its own version of LDI which is still embedded in many occupational DC schemes. Transferring out of these schemes risks crystallising losses for savers – akin to “losing the LDI … Continue reading

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Implacably opposed to SIPPs?

My last meeting of the year was with a SIPP provider. We discussed the performance of the funds it offered, the value it had offered for the money it had garnered (mainly by combining pension pots built up in the … Continue reading

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A blueprint for pension consolidation.

Yesterday I was reading the corporate accounts of MoneySupermaket.com. Last year, as well as generating nearly £400m of turnover and making over £100m in profit, MSM were given personal information by over half the UK adult population. 25m people volunteered … Continue reading

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