Tag Archives: annuity

PS16/12 and the mystery of the cover photos

Another week, another chunky missive from the FCA. Although happily, PS16/12: Pensions reforms, feedback on CP15/30 and final rules and guidance didn’t make me feel like turning green and smashing stuff. So that’s a good start. PS16/12 follows on from […]

REMIND ME WHY WE’RE DOING THIS AGAIN?

There’s a theme running through the FCA’s Consultation Paper 16/12: Secondary Annuity Market proposed rules and guidance. If you’ve braved all 112 pages (or any of them really) you might have spotted it. Here are some clues! Paragraph 1.7, We […]

Active Member Discounts – Oops! We Did It Again

I don’t do much writing on pensions these days, but before all the platforms stuff I was a corporate pensions dude and once you’ve been there, it never leaves you, sort of thing. So I was fascinated to see that […]

Active Member Discounts – Oops! We Did It Again

I don’t do much writing on pensions these days, but before all the platforms stuff I was a corporate pensions dude and once you’ve been there, it never leaves you, sort of thing. So I was fascinated to see that […]

Why the ECJ gender ruling means I don’t have to pay my credit card bill

By this time hundreds of thousands of words will have been written on the ECJ ruling about gender discrimination in insurance and pensions. So I won’t rehash what you can find elsewhere, although it is interesting that on twitter, along […]

Why the ECJ gender ruling means I don’t have to pay my credit card bill

By this time hundreds of thousands of words will have been written on the ECJ ruling about gender discrimination in insurance and pensions. So I won’t rehash what you can find elsewhere, although it is interesting that on twitter, along […]