The age-old dilemma of how to properly fund retirement has been high on the political and industry agenda this week.
Newly appointed Bradford & Bingley chief executive Richard Pym has the task of stabilising the lender as it tries to regain ground in the wake of the credit crunch.Pym, who retired as Alliance & Leicester group chief executive in July 2007, says he will pay special attention to B&B’s deal with GMAC for its books […]
Investing in closed-ended funds over the past 20 years provides a good deal of perspective on the investment trust cycle and I find it inconceivable that discounts will remain as wide as they are at present.
Forty-two per cent of people aged 50 to 65 say they have no clear idea of what inc- ome they will have in retirement, according to research by Aegon.
Jamie Clark – Business Development Manager, Royal London Further to its investigation into the collapse of BHS and the impact on its pension scheme, the Work and Pensions Select Committee sets out its recommendation for defined benefits (DB) schemes going forward. We take a look at the main findings. Not all employers are naughty The report […]
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