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His Majesty’s Treasury’s big idea for pensions needs help

HMT has one explicit pensions policy mentioned in the mini-budget. The government is proposing that “well designed” performance fees, typically levied by private equity and venture capital managers, should be excluded from the 0.75% charge cap on DC workplace pension … Continue reading

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Phoenix should be putting out fires – not fanning the flames!

Phoenix are rightly taking some stick for suggesting that the young should pay more for their pension investment than the old. It would be hard to present an argument in a worse way than Phoenix/Standard Life’s PR team have managed … Continue reading

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What will this “investment big bang” mean for our pensions?

BREAKING: The UK Pensions Regulator is to drop plans to require UK defined benefit schemes to limit private market investment to 20% of their portfolio. More follows. — Josephine Cumbo (@JosephineCumbo) August 5, 2021 This u-turn comes 6 months after … Continue reading

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