MPs have asked the pensions technology firm Origo to update them on the progress an industry-only dashboard is making amid concerns the project may lose support. In a letter MP and pensions select committee chair Frank Field says the committee believes the pensions dashboard will be a vital tool for informing and engaging savers. But he […]
The Treasury has shelved plans to cut national insurance contributions for the self-employed amid concerns it would be unfair on low earners. Class 2 NICs were set to be abolished in April, but the policy was delayed for 12 months. National insurance contributions are set aside by the Treasury to help pay for the state […]
People are increasingly aware of responsible investing but questions remain over the returns As we move from the industrial age to the information age, society’s attitude towards protecting the planet has changed considerably. The results of the damage being done to the environment, in the form of more frequent and more intense natural disasters, are […]
The FCA has been hinting at ramping up disclosure of platform and asset management fees, leading some to believe it is a matter of time before investors can compare prices for investment solutions as easily as they can for other consumer products. Regulation such as Mifid II, alongside the FCA’s asset management and platform market […]
Jelf Employee Benefits assesses key trends within the international private medical insurance provision of organisations with employees in Singapore. Benefit structure, cost management and healthcare facilities are examined and key considerations are highlighted. This edition will be of particular interest to global human resource directors and benefit managers with local and expatriate populations in Singapore.
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