Tavistock turns maiden profit after restructure

Tavistock has turned a profit for the first time on the back of increased flows into its discretionary solutions and increased support service sales. The vertically integrated firm, which offers advice, fund management, and compliance, administration and accounting services, says it has seen a 41 per cent increase in revenues generated by ongoing advisory business […]


Gregg McClymont: The pension dashboard’s fatal flaw

Is industry right to think dashboard will boost engagement when inertia has proved such a dominant behaviour? The pensions dashboard concept has captured the imagination of the government and industry, and the attraction is obvious. Digitalise all existing records so individuals can see their aggregated pension entitlements in once place at the click of a […]

Guidance to play key role in self-employed pensions crisis

A report has called for more government involvement in resolving the “self-employed pensions crisis” as new figures show just 31 per cent of the self-employed are paying into a pension. The study from The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed puts forward six solutions to improve savings rates across the group. Several of the […]


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