Tag Archives: Tontine

Dead pools and blind allies; capital will always stand behind private pensions

I riffed on Tontines here a dozen years ago https://t.co/HRWCp4zNB8 From 2010 my @ISRS_UCL action research has covered mutual legal designs of modern scalable risk, cost, surplus & production sharing agreements. Trust Law is very far from modern: we can … Continue reading

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Pensions not tontines please!

  If there is one word that we could do without right now – it is Tontine. The idea has become associated with greed on the one hand. And of profiting from other’s death on the other Yet it is … Continue reading

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Why would management fees be any cheaper for #cdc than DC?

It’s a question posed by John Ralfe- to me – on twitter. It’s a serious question and one that Jeremy Cooper, doyen of the Australian Super system is clearly interested in too. The question cannot be simply answered with reference … Continue reading

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