Detail of San Lorenzo church, Zinacantan, Chiapas, Mexico
The Treasury has confirmed further delay to the pensions cold-calling ban due to ‘technicalities.’ The end of June deadline has been missed as the Treasury confirms regulations around the ban will not be laid before parliament until autumn. A Treasury spokesman says: “Following debates in parliament, and having considered evidence from the industry, we will launch […]
Italy’s recent election can be important for goings on in the rest of the eurozone
The Investment Association has called for greater collaboration between investment managers and pension schemes, saying the investment process must be ‘front and centre’ for defined contribution pensions. In a report released today, the IA is also calling for greater transparency of investment costs allowing savers to better assess value for money in DC investment. IA […]
Three fund selectors explain what makes a choice investment for those seeking diversification
Jelf Employee Benefits has given its initial thoughts on the chancellor’s 2014 Autumn Statement. The company is seeking to isolate the sections of the speech (and the supporting document) that are relevant to the employee benefits debate. The first such area is pensions related.
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