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Wish I could be like Tom McPhail

  One of the pleasures of getting into your sixties is that you don’t feel so guilty about taking a step back from the nitty-gritty. Over the past four weeks, I’ve been spending time listening to people who think a … Continue reading

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Seven ways to improve Defined Benefit funding

In March 2020, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) opened a consultation on its proposed revisions to the DB funding code. In framing its response, First Actuarial proposes seven ways to change DB funding for the better. What do we want the … Continue reading

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Great Pension Debate 4 – Port Talbot revisited

Al Rush is organising the fourth episode of the Great Pensions Debate. Here – in Al’s inimitable style, is what this is all about. You can sign up for the Great Pension Debate 4 by following this link, all you … Continue reading

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In the rising of the sun and its going down

Well we’re here in advance of the Great Pension Debate in the Aberavon Beach Hotel in Port Talbot, in a couple of hours, I’ll be introducing Paul Lewis, Jo Cumbo and the brilliant IFAs who will be focussing our minds … Continue reading

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