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“Delivering the full benefits of CDC” means building to last.

It was interesting being on the Royal Society of the Arts CDC call with the Pensions¬† Minister and a large number of actuaries, lawyers and the RSA team of David Pitt-Watson and Hari Mann. The DWP put out a press … Continue reading

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Your DC pension scheme may be for the chop- here’s why

  Swimming is my new thing and I swim underground in a cave by St Pauls. As I swim along I ponder esoteric things like why the DWP are putting DC schemes with less than ¬£100m in them – in … Continue reading

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Back to business

  It will be interesting, when the Pensions Regulator comes to publish its statistics, to see whether the past few days will represent a downward spike in engagement over auto-enrolment. Certainly our stats at Pension PlayPen suggest that less decisions … Continue reading

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Henley by boat – a Pension PlayPen Photoblog!

What a fabulous week for the 67 people who came on Lady Lucy between Wednesday and Saturday. It was a shame we couldn’t do Sunday- especially with St Pauls and Sir William Borlase winning the two boys events! Here are … Continue reading

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What chance have you got against a tie and a crest?

It’s one thing to see off Brown and co, holed up in the Downing Street bunker, another to beat the beastly bosh lined up in the public sector trenches. Continue reading

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