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Tag Archives: Pot follows member
oked at proposals from the Australian Government to test Super pension schemes for the value we were giving for member’s money. This idea is not being universally well received in the UK, David Harris described it as politically inspired tosh. … Continue reading
The case for Government intervention on “small pots” is made very well by Dirk Paterson It is indeed time for Government intervention, but the choices are many and each has its issues. The danger of relying on Government intervention … Continue reading
The changes announced yesterday by People’s Pension and its parent B&CE are significant. It’s furloughing its sales team, battening down the hatches to new business It’s changing its charging structure, protecting itself against the ruinous impact of small deferred pots. … Continue reading
The Pensions Regulator has published its landscape of trust based Defined Contribution plans in the UK. It’s most easily viewed in this presentation. , If you have flipped through the ten slides, you will have missed the most interesting statistic in … Continue reading
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
Australia is the land where the market never crashes. It is a nation of double digit compulsory pension contributors , of universal pension engagement and an example to us all. Well some of this is true, but if recent reports coming out of … Continue reading
The Liberal pension spokesperson – the very shadowy Stephen Lloyd, has labelled the Conservative Government “incompetent” for shelving Steve Webb’s pot follows member initiative (which should have arrived in 2016). Guy Opperman, with the weight of the Government’s massive research … Continue reading
The Pension Dashboard is under pressure. Having lost its sponsor, Simon Kirby MP in this summer’s election, early-day momentum is running out. The ABI are clearly fed up and are now calling for Government intervention if they are to … Continue reading
I have recently been passed the slides of the PLSA?ABI+++ workshop on creating a common way for pension pots to follow members. You can find them here. What a mess we are making of something so very simple! Here is … Continue reading
In a statement this week on the sluggish service standards of firms administrating our Defined Contribution occupational pension schemes, the PLSA concluded The median transfer time is 11 days, and although some are much longer1, this is principally due … Continue reading