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The £47bn merger of Royal Dutch Shell with BG Group could be one of the biggest of the past 10 years, with the resulting company having a value of more than £200bn. If the deal goes through, the combined company would be worth 9 per cent of the FTSE 100 and around 7.5 per cent of […]
The UK’s highest court is to hear an appeal by HMRC over two offshore schemes used by banks to shield staff payments from tax. The tax office will attempt to convince the Supreme Court that UBS and Deutsche Bank used the schemes to avoid tax in 2003 and 2004, the FT reports. Employees received shares […]
Consumer champions have branded the new Independent Governance Committees for contract-based schemes “retirement homes for financial services executives, actuaries and investment bankers”. But providers have hit back, claiming the committees provide greater consumer protection than trust-based schemes. The requirement for governance committees to be established for auto-enrolment schemes was introduced following the Office of Fair […]
One Friday night a few weeks ago, I was relaxing on the sofa when my work phone rang. The number was withheld and given the time I was tempted to leave it. But I picked up the call and I am so glad I did. Because it was a client. Her 40-year-old husband had died […]
We know what it takes to run a successful auto-enrolment project in the retail industry. We are automatically there for some of the world’s best-known retailers at every stage of the process. Take a look at what we have done for our client House of Fraser.
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