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Pensions Ombudsman goes online

The Office of the Pensions Ombudsman is launching a website to provide

information to the public and the pension industry, with details of the

Ombuds-man&#39s powers, procedures and publications.

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AMP backs study of savings culture

AMP is sponsoring a new research centre established by the Institution forPublic Policy Research to study UK savings culture and financial exclusion. The research centre will co-ordinate studies into financial welfare issuesin the UK relating to the way people save. It will also conduct in-depth research into financial exclusion and assetwelfare, including the Government&#39s recently […]

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New Star appoints legal director

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The politics of healthcare

Healthcare is already one of the key battlefields in May’s general election, with each of the main parties committing to deliver improvements to the NHS and public health.

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