Income protection – the forgotten product

September 16, 2015 Tom Murray

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Actuarial Post: Income protection – the forgotten product This article was originally commissioned for the August/September 2015 edition of the Actuarial Post.
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Providers face witch-hunt on exit charges

September 09, 2015 Tom Murray

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Actuarial Post: Providers face witch-hunt on exit charges This article was originally commissioned for the July/August 2015 edition of the Actuarial Post.
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TechLife Newsletter June 2015

June 04, 2015 Sharon Cronin

Channel Plus Illustrate Plus newsletter Pensions UK

The June print edition of TechLife is now available online. TechLife is published every quarter and is filled with news, opinion pieces, white papers and information on legislative changes within the life and pensions industry in the UK and abroad.
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Actuarial Post: What changes faster than technology?

April 20, 2015 Tom Murray

Pensions UK Life and Pensions Individual Savings Account technology

This article was originally commissioned for the March/April 2015 edition of the Actuarial Post.
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Actuarial Post: Whose data is it anyway?

February 24, 2015 Tom Murray

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This article was originally commissioned for the Nov/Dec 2014 edition of the Actuarial Post.
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Actuarial Post: Ignore the bells and whistles, future-proofing is what’s important

November 27, 2014 Tom Murray

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This article was originally commissioned for the Oct/Nov 2014 edition of the Actuarial Post.
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Actuarial Post: Technology can enable anything – including disaster

September 25, 2014 Tom Murray

UK UFPLS software D2C Life and Pensions

This article was originally commissioned for the August edition of the Actuarial Post.
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Drawdown publicity campaign needed

September 18, 2014 Tom Murray

Pensions UK understanding survey Admin Plus

Now that the Chancellor’s reforms have put annuities firmly in the doghouse, the question is what type of product is likely to be the most popular among those about to retire. The general industry mood reflected in the financial press seems to lean towards income drawdown style products as being the most likely selection for those who don’t want to buy an annuity.
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Actuarial Post: Smart glasses will change the face of Protection

September 10, 2014 Tom Murray

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This article was originally commissioned for the July edition of the Actuarial Post.
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Government is ignoring longevity risk with pension reform

July 08, 2014 Tom Murray

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The OECD has made a diplomatic intervention to critique mildly the UK government’s abolition of the annuitisation rules for pensions. One does not have to be Sherlock Holmes to spot the clues that reveal that the OECD is actually aghast at the extent of the change. This policy runs against the policy they have been steering their members towards by allowing the population to avoid the longevity insurance provided by annuities and choose instead to take cash lump sums.
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