Tag Archives: Sackers

Aegon almost perfect – says Aegon IGC


Aegon’s IGC has produced a Chair’s Statement which reads like a corporate brochure for the Dutch life insurance company. The most used word in Ian Pittaway’s IGC report is “challenge”, but no challenge emerges. Aegon turn out to be get … Continue reading

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Consider the lilies – and leave LISA to George


More than a third (38%) of respondents are likely to consider introducing the newlifetime individual savings account (Isa) into their employee remuneration scheme in the future, according to research by law firm Sackers. The survey of 78 employers, trustees and advisors … Continue reading

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How we sort the master trust problem


  I sat next to someone at a meeting yesterday whose demeanour, ideas and the articulation of those ideas, was so impressive that I was at times scared to open my mouth. I felt in the presence of greatness. I’ve … Continue reading

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