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Wednesday, 23 July 2014

    Louise Farrand

    "Changing of the guard"

    Louise Farrand

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    George Osborne

    Government faces a 'ticking clock' to deliver guidance

    22 July 2014

    Worries over capacity and the potential for mis-selling must be settled before the general election

    Osborne

    Live blog: Government clarifies Budget reforms

    21 July 2014

    The government has published its response to the “Freedom and choice” consultation, which introduced the revolutionary pensions reforms announced in George Osborne’s March 2014 Budget. Read the industry reactions here.

    Analysis

    George Osborne

    Government faces a 'ticking clock' to deliver guidance

    22 July 2014 | By Live Blog July 2014

    Worries over capacity and the potential for mis-selling must be settled before the general election

    Sydney, Australia

    UK and Australia at odds on annuities

    18 July 2014 | By Sam Brodbeck

    Australia’s trailblazing pensions system could be heading in a different direction to the UK

    Loomis

    Why Loomis switched its fiduciary manager

    11 July 2014 | By David Blackman

    Scheme’s switch from Mercer to Russell Investments could be a milestone in the development of UK fiduciary management

    Video

    Gerard Riemen

    Lessons in intergenerational fairnessVideo

    19 May 2014

    VIDEO: Gerard Riemen of the Federation of Dutch Pension Funds talks about how the Dutch model evens out pension outcome

    Michael Johnson

    Are we witnessing the end of active management?Video

    19 May 2014

    VIDEO: The Centre for Policy Studies’ Michael Johnson explains why he thinks pension funds should shift towards passive investing and why tax relief should be abolished

    More Video

    In my opinion

    Tim Sharp

    Will AE fail the growing ranks of the self employed?

    21 July 2014 | By Tim Sharp

    The TUC’s Tim Sharp looks past the positive auto-enrolment stats, to the low paid and self-employed who may slip through the savings net

    More opinion

    Legal blog

    Chirag Ghelani

    The end of the contracted out rebate: options for employers

    7 July 2014

    Sackers’ Chirag Ghelani explains what employers can do without contracting out.

    Graham Wrightson

    Pensions – a game of two halves?

    26 June 2014

    As the government gives its official response, Stephenson Harwood partner Graham Wrightson gives his views

    More legal blogs

    Gossip column

    Bruce

    Pensions industry gossip: July/August 2014

    7 July 2014

    Dorset council takes merger to a whole new level; no cravats please; all change at JLT

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