All too often governance is considered a dull topic but time and time again it proves critical for outfits of all shapes and sizes. Take Fifa, for example. It would seem ex-president Sepp Blatter did not pay a great deal of attention to governance and look where that has left the world of football. The […]
The recent launch of Aviva’s relevant life policy has not escaped the attention of the protection community. While yet another entrance into this market would most likely have gone without fanfare, the difference with this new product is the inclusion of critical illness benefit: a benefit, which, based on common interpretation of legislation, had up […]
HSBC Global Asset Management has cut the fees on six of its ETFs, with the lowest now being 0.05 per cent. Effective immediately the asset manager has cut the total expense ratio on six broad market Ucits ETFs. The HSBC Euro Stoxx 50 ETF has seen its TER cut from 0.15 per cent to 0.05 […]
Savers are facing a new wave of increasingly sophisticated attacks from criminals looking to access their pension savings as experts warn the challenge of detecting and stopping frauds is getting harder. A Citizens Advice poll this week found most consumers are unable to spot the warning signs of pension scams. In a survey of 2,006 […]
Jelf Employee Benefits has released a guide to help employers communicate the recent raft of pension legislation to staff. ‘Your Guide to Pension Freedom’ will help employers meet their duty of care in explaining the changes to employees and in turn will help employees take more control over their pensions and retirement decisions.
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