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And if you’ve ever heard Martin on the radio then you’ll know that he is a lot cleverer and does a lot more good than many of us would care to admit.
There’s a place in Iceland where the American and European tectonic plates grind together like two sets of molars. At Thingvellir you can smell the sulphur emitting from the fissures where the plates grind and you can peer into the unfathomable … Continue reading
My point is that the pensions industry has a once off opportunity to get it right, this is our London Olympics and while we need to have our heads down making sure the infrastructure to make this work is in place, we should take a little time out to celebrate the fact that this “new day” is but a year away (M &S will be auto-enroling this time next year).
An interesting picture is beginning to emerge which suggests that the subjective satisfaction scores given by schemes in relation to their consultant may be inversely related to the value delivered through default solution design Continue reading
There is no evidence that the private sector has found the secret to insuring the cost of people living longer. It has merely found ways of insuring itself against the risks of ruin.
The other man’s grass is always greener or so it would seem if you work in the UK pension industry. Over the years we have got used to a succession of overseas dignitaries visiting our shores, speaking at our conferences and … Continue reading
The pen is mightier than the sword and a lot less dangerous! Continue reading
I’ve been reading Aegon’s latest report into Incentives for Saving and the consumer research that backs it up. It makes pretty dismal reading.