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Joanne Segars on the General Election

The National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) comments on the General Election results. Joanne Segars, Chief Executive, NAPF, said: “Pensions were a hot topic during the General Election campaign and

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Lehman Brothers Pensions Settlement

£675m bulk annuity deal between Rothesay Life and Lehman Brothers Pension Scheme Trustees Transaction highlights: Rothesay Life assumes pension liabilities for all defined benefit pension scheme members of the Lehman

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NAPF, ABI, AND TUC CALL FOR AN INDEPENDENT SAVINGS COMMISSION

In a report by the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) published 30/04/2015 titled ‘The Case for an Independent Retirement Savings Commission’ the National Association of Pension Funds, Association of British

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Withdrawing Your Pension as a Lump Sum vs Investing into Property

With investors eager to access and release pension capital, Simon Morris, a property advisor to investment funds and bonds, explains the risks of this strategy and the calculations investors need

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Pensions Reformer welcomes the support of NFOP

Malcolm Booth, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at the National Federation of Occupational Pensioners has agreed to join the Advisory Board of Pensions Reformer. Malcolm will help with the strategic direction

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West Midlands Pension Fund nominated for excellence

The West Midlands Pension Fund has been shortlisted for Best Responsible Investment (RI) Reporting (medium to small sized funds) at the RI Reporting Awards 2015. The Fund believes that transparency

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PMI announces new council members for 2015

The Pensions Management Institute (PMI) announced the results of its 2015 Council elections, with the re-election of Lesley Carline (Director, KGC Associates Limited) and Gerry Degaute (Trustee Director, Law Debenture

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Generation Y expect £100,000 pension but over half haven’t started saving

Generation Y expect £100,000 pension but over half haven’t started saving New research* from workplace pensions provider NOW: Pensions reveals that Generation Y think they’ll have around £95,000 in their

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Pension providers meeting surge in consumer enquiries following introduction of the pension reforms

Pension providers meeting surge in consumer enquiries following introduction of the pension reforms ABI members handled over 200,000 calls from customers in the first week following the introduction of the

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RETIREES AT RISK OF FALLING VICTIM TO ‘PENSION PREDATORS’

– Pensioners at risk of being sold unregulated investments by people keen to exploit newly acquired wealth. – Government may not protect those that lose their money, potentially leaving thousands