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Shell’s failure to keep its pension promise appears in the public domain Paddy Briggs

  The senior management of Shell is used to dealing with criticism – enormous profits, high levels of remuneration for top executives and continuing criticism of their environmental record and plans come with the job. But this story on UK … Continue reading

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My ethics are my own

I appear to be under fire on twitter for claiming I am investing ethically by purchasing units in the LGIM FutureWorld fund. I am aware that this fund is not strictly an ethical fund and that my investment isn’t an … Continue reading

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The demise of Pan-European-Pensions

This blog was prompted by reports that Britain is fast withdrawing QROPS status to many of our European partners. A Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme, or QROPS, is an overseas pension scheme that meets certain requirements set by Her Majesty’s … Continue reading

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How Shell announced the closure of its DB Scheme to members

UK Retirement Benefits Review – 2011                                                                                                       December 2011 This update is primarily aimed at employees of the Member Companies of the Shell Contributory Pension Fund (SCPF) and Shell Overseas Contributory Pension Fund (SOCPF) who are members of those funds or … Continue reading

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(S)hell’s well at Christmas

Popped into a Shell garage this morning – big sign tells me that I get 2 p off a litre if I buy a fourpack of Red Bull. I fancy giving a fourpack to my colleague and chum Peter Shellswell (real name) who survives on Morrisons own label energy drinks. … Continue reading

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