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That was the week (that was)

This week has seen a Pensions Bill make it into the Queen’s Speech, the Pensions Regulator’s Stakeholder Conference (Monday) , the Owen James Meeting of Minds (Tuesday) and the PLSA conference (Wednesday to Friday). And then there’s the minor political … Continue reading

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Why this pensions bill matters

  A Pensions Schemes Bill has been included in the Queen’s Speech , which lays out the legislative plans for the forthcoming parliamentary session. This bill includes legislation to enable the pensions dashboard and collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes to … Continue reading

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The Queens Speech; the sausage sandwich game – for pensions!

The Pensions Reforms in the Queens Speech had been broadly flagged in the Sunday Telegraph and subsequently. Nonetheless, the inclusion of Defined Ambition Pensions (aka CDC) (aka Target Pensions) is still a major surprise and will further stretch the UK … Continue reading

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“What’s on our mind” Our wish-list for the Queen.

Just back from Windsor Castle to drop in a note from those at the Pension PlayPen lunch on Monday   In case you’re interested, and I am, here’s what our diners delivered when asked “What do you want in the … Continue reading

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The Liberals and Conservatives have to work together

Brown’s goose is cooked, his party sidelined. I see no reason for Clegg and Cameron to let them back on the pitch. Continue reading

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