Another contract win for Exaxe as Aviva selects Illustrate plus

March 30, 2016 Sharon Cronin

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ANOTHER CONTRACT WIN FOR EXAXE AS AVIVA SELECTS ILLUSTRATE PLUS SOLUTION NEWS RELEASE  Dublin, Ireland, 30th March 2016 Exaxe, the specialist SaaS solutions provider for the life and pensions industry, is delighted to announce that it has won a new contract with Aviva, the leading composite insurer for life, pensions, general and health insurance products.
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UK 2016 Budget: Beware of chancellors bearing ISAs

March 16, 2016 Tom Murray

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UK 2016 Budget: Beware of Chancellors bearing ISAs There was much talk before the budget about shelving major pension changes.  The atmosphere in the midst of the great Brexit debate was seen as unpropitious for a major upheaval in the pensions market, traditionally beloved by a large segment of the Tory-voting base.
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Exaxe shortlisted for the Fintech Innovation Awards 2016

March 08, 2016 Sharon Cronin

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EXAXE SHORTLISTED FOR THE FINTECH INNOVATION AWARDS 2016   Dublin, 8th March 2016 Exaxe is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted for the Innovation in Insurance (B2B OR B2C) award at the 2016 FinTech Innovation Awards which is due to take place in The Brewery London, on 13th April 2016.  
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[Pension] freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose

March 02, 2016 Tom Murray

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[Pension] freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose Midst the cacophony of the Brexit debate and the speculation over the shape of the next budget, the actual effect of the last major changes to the pension system is being glossed over.
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Exaxe launches software as a service offering

February 24, 2016 Sharon Cronin

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Exaxe launches software as a service offering Exaxe’s full product suite (Admin Plus, Illustrate Plus and Channel Plus) has been enhanced and is now available as a SaaS model. Exaxe, the award winning specialist solution provider to the life, pensions, wealth and health sectors, today announced the availability of its Software-as-a-Service subscription based licencing model.
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FCA surprised that doing nothing didn’t fix OMO!

January 08, 2016 Tom Murray

Pensions UK Retail Distribution Review Financial Conduct Authority Life and Pensions

FCA surprised that doing nothing didn’t fix OMO! The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have released data that shows that the majority of people purchasing annuities actually bought them from their existing provider and didn’t make use of the Open Market Option to shop around for a better deal.
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Exaxe shortlisted for the FStech Awards

January 07, 2016 Sharon Cronin

Technology Provider of the Year FStech Pensions UK financial services sector

NEWS RELEASE: Exaxe shortlisted for the FStech Awards Exaxe is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted for the Technology Provider of the Year award at the 2016 FStech Awards which will to take place in London on March 17th.
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The Brexit circus is coming to town

January 07, 2016 Tom Murray

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This article was originally commissioned and published in December 2015 for Investment Life & Pensions Moneyfacts. Tom Murray considers the troublesome wait for Brexit and how this uncertainty could cause major volatility in the investment markets.
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Life and pensions set for a good year in 2016

January 04, 2016 Norman Carroll

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Life and pensions set for a good year in 2016 The last few years have been difficult for all of us working in the financial services sector. The hangover from the boom that preceded the global financial crisis of 2008 lasted far longer than originally predicted, and the ‘plink, plink, fizz’ of the austerity cure was slow to work its magic.
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Pension Wise – Paying more for less

December 21, 2015 Tom Murray

Pensions UK guidance average cost of IFA Life and Pensions

Pension Wise - Paying more for less When George Osborne stood up and accidentally announced that there would be advice given free to all when they reached retirement, so that people would be educated in how to make the most of their new pension freedoms, the Treasury spin doctors leapt into action to clarify the statement. What was meant was guidance, we were told, a cheaper level than advice which would guide people through the options available but definitively not recommend anything to the individuals receiving the guidance.
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