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Pensionsyncopation


      It was good to hear that Pensionsync have dropped their payroll charge this week. Payrolls that run Pensionsync (QTAC, Star, MyPaye and Bond among them) will be able to send and receive payroll data to and from … Continue reading

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The pernicious effect of NEST’s market distortion


Yesterday I wrote about the unsatisfactory outcome of an industry discussion with NEST. The PLSA debate on mastertrusts at their annual conference failed to properly engage with NEST’s ongoing role in the UK pensions market and the ambiguity of its … Continue reading

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It’s the L&G IGC forum – I’m not going for tea and biscuits.


L&G have championed the idea of the Independent Governance Committee. Before they were a twinkle in the FCA’s eye, L&G had got going and today is the third forum for members of their workplace pension plans. I haven’t been before … Continue reading

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Will Lovegrove – a true hero of auto-enrolment


For ages, I’ve been banging on about improving the effeciency of how we manage auto-enrolment. But it was only when I met Will, that I understood how to do it.  Sitting on the Papdis group (albeit as an enthusiastic observor), … Continue reading

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One small step for payroll, one giant leap for auto-enrolment.


There have been two events over the past couple of weeks that I think we’ll look back to as tipping points in the auto-enrolment staging timeline. Till now, employers have had no choice but to send and collect data to … Continue reading

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The FinTech boom ignites with the start-ups!


This chart says something pretty interesting. It tells us that London is the top place in Europe for Financial Technology, it tells us that in terms of performance and market reach, we’re doing great but that we lag in Funding … Continue reading

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Auto-Enrolment needs more Training and less Selling


The standards adopted by those administering auto-enrolment have been high. Compliance to some complex problems that payroll, HR and pension providers have faced has been impressive. Sure there have been failures but countries (such as Ireland) reviewing the progress of … Continue reading

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How much does auto-enrolment cost?


The new living wage will make auto-enrolment more expensive If you are a small company, one of the unexpected items you’re going to have to add into your financial plan for the next three years is the additional cost of … Continue reading

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Pension pandemonium within 12 months!


  “F*ck the file” that’s what I say- or what I would say if I wasn’t in an office full of people who live, eat and breathe Excel. I’d like my office to be file-less within 5 years (make that … Continue reading

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Good news on its way with the launch of pensionsync


Pension PlayPen thinks that the work of systemsync is critical to the ongoing success of auto-enrolment. Systemsync solutions ltd is pleased to announce the launch of pensionsync (its data integration platform for Auto Enrolment data) and to name NOW: Pensions, … Continue reading

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