I have never used a fax machine. Nor, I suspect, have the vast majority of people who, like me, are under the age of 35. Some of my peers report only ever having used them “for fun”. However, in the bizarre world of pensions, this is exactly how the company that manages your money could […]
Aviva will stop providing in-house administration and actuarial services to the 200 defined benefit schemes working with its Norwich office from June next year, Money Marketing can reveal. The schemes are part of a closed-book of business with the last new scheme taken on in 2012. Aviva says it wrote to the trustees of the […]
Bank of England governor Mark Carney is willing to prolong his term at the central bank to provide continuity amid Brexit, he said at a parliamentary hearing yesterday. Carney, who was originally set to leave the role in June 2018, agreed to stay until June 2019 following the outcome of the Brexit referendum and the […]
National advice business Old Mutual Private Client Advisers has completed its rebrand to Quilter Private Client Advisers as part of Quilter Plc’s two-year managed separation strategy. The rebrand follows the renaming of parent company Quilter Plc, formerly Old Mutual Wealth, which separated from South African company Old Mutual Plc earlier this year. Quilter PCA was […]
Jelf Employee Benefits looks at some of the key considerations employers should think about when reviewing and choosing a flexible benefits provider. Choosing the right benefits for your employees is one thing but delivering a successful employee benefits strategy is about understanding the complete picture and delivering it in a personalised way so that it resonates with each and every individual in your business.
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