Severe delays and errors have hit the payment scheme set up by government to compensate victims of Equitable Life, a report from the National Audit Office (NAO) has found.
The NAO said the speed at which the Treasury set up the scheme had hindered its efficiency and effectiveness. It said data for making payments was old and incomplete and many practical issues had to...
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Almost half (43%) of trustees do not feel able to monitor and report on their schemes ESG policy to a high standard, according to CACEIS.
In the run-up to Incisive Media’s Women in Investment Festival on 3 March, Laura Miller gets under the bonnet of how common imposter syndrome is, and the tangible impact it can have on financial services firms.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has wrapped up its three-month procurement process for partners to assist in the development of a framework agreement to provide administration, actuarial, and consultancy services to its board.
This week’s 89 Pensions Buzz respondents agreed with The Pensions Regulator’s decision to hold back from mandating the use of professional trustees.