Tag Archives: Whitehall

Those Dutch Pensions – a Civil Servant writes

I get some feedback on my blogs from people I know who don’t want to or aren’t allowed to go public. Here’s an example from a formidable figure and a personal friend (who I know/hope has the skin or a rhino … Continue reading

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Jack the Jouneyman; PlayPen nag up for the craic!

Thanks to Eamonn O’Connor, JLT’s top man and our good friend for leasing us his horse. Continue reading

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When pensions de-mutualise

When you take the mutuality out of pensions , you take good pensions out of mutuals. Continue reading

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Extending a hand to the Regulator

Saturday morning allows me time to expand on some hurried thoughts in my post The Regulator, wisdom and the crowd. Continue reading

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