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Pensions Aspects September 2020
11 September 2020

Pensions Aspects September 2020

Defined contribution considerations. Read the latest issue on maintaining composure
in a state of flux.

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Qualifications in unprecedented times
17 July 2020

Qualifications in unprecedented times

When we look at strategic investment in a pensions setting, then this will obviously guide us down the avenue of product rather than person. However, education is fundamental to development and growth. Education is also a strategic investment in its own right. Simply put, investments in quality education lead to more rapid and sustainable economic growth, and development for both the individual organisation and the economy as a whole. I make no apology for the insistence that education in this form is ‘strategic investment’ but without this as a holistic back note then none of the normal organisational processes would matter or run efficiently.

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Engaging in a diverse society
08 January 2020

Engaging in a diverse society

The United Kingdom has become home to people from across the globe. Today, there are over 300 languages spoken in this country. In 2018, 6.1 million of the UK’s total population were non-British, and 3.7 million were born abroad. 17% of the country’s total workforce is born outside the UK. This is a particularly important point as it shows that we cannot think about the British public without having it at the forefront of our minds that we live in an incredibly diverse society; a society that consists of people from different backgrounds, beliefs, religions, languages, and culture, and that’s just racial diversity.

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Pensions Aspects November/December 2018
16 November 2018

Pensions Aspects November/December 2018

Investment principles. Read the latest issue on empowering trustees through clearer regulation.

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Pensions Aspects October 2018
12 October 2018

Pensions Aspects October 2018

DC child’s play. Read the latest issue on the perceived simplicity of managing DC pension schemes.

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Pensions Aspects September 2018
07 September 2018

Pensions Aspects September 2018

“Hello. I am new around here”. Read the latest issue on integrating robotics into the team.

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Pensions Aspects September 2018
07 September 2018

Pensions Aspects September 2018

“Hello. I am new around here”. Read the latest issue on integrating robotics into the team.

Read more
Pensions Aspects October 2018
12 October 2018

Pensions Aspects October 2018

DC child’s play. Read the latest issue on the perceived simplicity of managing DC pension schemes.

Read more
Pensions Aspects November/December 2018
16 November 2018

Pensions Aspects November/December 2018

Investment principles. Read the latest issue on empowering trustees through clearer regulation.

Read more
Qualifications in unprecedented times
17 July 2020

Qualifications in unprecedented times

When we look at strategic investment in a pensions setting, then this will obviously guide us down the avenue of product rather than person. However, education is fundamental to development and growth. Education is also a strategic investment in its own right. Simply put, investments in quality education lead to more rapid and sustainable economic growth, and development for both the individual organisation and the economy as a whole. I make no apology for the insistence that education in this form is ‘strategic investment’ but without this as a holistic back note then none of the normal organisational processes would matter or run efficiently.

Read more
Engaging in a diverse society
08 January 2020

Engaging in a diverse society

The United Kingdom has become home to people from across the globe. Today, there are over 300 languages spoken in this country. In 2018, 6.1 million of the UK’s total population were non-British, and 3.7 million were born abroad. 17% of the country’s total workforce is born outside the UK. This is a particularly important point as it shows that we cannot think about the British public without having it at the forefront of our minds that we live in an incredibly diverse society; a society that consists of people from different backgrounds, beliefs, religions, languages, and culture, and that’s just racial diversity.

Read more
Pensions Aspects September 2020
11 September 2020

Pensions Aspects September 2020

Defined contribution considerations. Read the latest issue on maintaining composure
in a state of flux.

Read more