Ftse100 pension plans have made it back into the black for the first time in more than 10 years, a new analysis shows. Schemes back by the UK’s largest 100 listed business posted a combined £4bn in accounting surpluses as at the end of last year, according to an accounts trawl by consultants Lane Clark […]
After a record attendance for the London leg of our Money Marketing Interactive conference earlier this month, we are delighted to say that we will be returning to Harrogate in September. After a hugely successful launch last year, we are escaping the London bubble once more to bring you a top day of insight and […]
Many of my friends are ex-teachers, having retired from the profession. We were recently talking about how valuable the teachers’ pension scheme has been to them in building a decent amount to retire on and bemoaning the fact the next generations are unlikely to have such benefits provided through the generosity of their employers. Our […]
Refunds are not always possible, so what can be done to unwind the overpayments? I am often asked if pension contributions paid in error can be refunded to the client or their employer. In most cases, the answer is no, so we need to be sure that any contributions paid are made and calculated correctly. Let’s […]
After a quiet year for M&A in 2016, particularly in the FTSE 250, Neptune’s Holly Cassell believes we could be in for a much busier 2017. UK M&A activity is really gathering steam, with new deals being announced at an encouraging frequency. In fact, we’ve had the best start to the year since 2008, with […]
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