Tag Archives: Phil Loney

Breaking the silence..

This blog is published on International Woman’s day and it was previously published on my friend Anita Boniface’s website – Women Matter..  Breaking the Silence… Anita is a strong woman who’s been through a lot. Her blog has been speaking on … Continue reading

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Royal London IGC – the regal treatment!

  The 2019 IGC report – a good read I haven’t given much thought to IGC production values, but they’re the first thing you notice when you scroll through the Royal London IGC report. Someone has spent some time and money … Continue reading

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Royal London’s IGC comes of age

  I’ve been tough on the first two reports from Phil Green, Chair of Royal London IGC. I guess I am a convert third time around, as this report reads well, is stacked with useful information on Royal London’s value for … Continue reading

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Is “too much” money the root of all evil?

I had a very odd conversation with my partner last night while watching the Human League at Windsor racecourse – hooray! The Human League are nothing to do with this blog though I now discover they suffered from having too … Continue reading

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Royal London’s IGC kicks off reporting

Royal London’s IGC yesterday became the first to report on its activities in the past 12 months. The report is 9 pages long , is readable and contains some substantive improvements which the IGC has negotiated with Royal London to … Continue reading

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Why I’m excited about second hand annuities.

Transparency is the great disinfectant, but disinfectant- when applied to an open wound- can be painful. It is however the only way we can recover. Continue reading

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The value of guaranteed annuity rates

The affable , cricket loving chief executive of Royal London- Phil Loney- has written to Ros Altmann thus;- Dear Ros Congratulations on your Maiden Speech. It is pleasing to hear such a positive advocate for pensions. I was particular pleased … Continue reading

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