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1. "The historic significance of pension freedoms"

On my first day in financial services in 1970, I was taught about the vital importance of the Life Assurance Act of 1774, which introduced insurable interest.

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By Ken Davy
2. "Tory change of attitude is heart of the matter"

Going head-to-head with one’s editor – in my case the knowledgeable and dynamic Emma Ann Hughes – is always somewhat high risk. However, on this occasion, it is a risk I have to take.  

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By Ken Davy
3. "'Voluntary agreement' has implications for FSCS"

Even when the subject matter of my weekly column is quite serious, I generally begin with a somewhat light-hearted anecdote. 

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By Ken Davy
4. Keeley Paddon: Pension scam cold-callers - we've got your number

For far too long, says Keeley Paddon, cold-callers and pension scams have been a blight on the pensions sector and it is good to see the authorities finally appear to be grasping the nettle

Tags: Pensions, Financial Conduct Authority, SimplyBiz Group

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"Pension freedom chickens head home to roost"

August 15, 2018

In his latest blog, Ken Davy discusses how, in his opinion, the full extent of repercussions from pension freedom are still not fully revealed.

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Estate planning red flags

August 10, 2018

Erica Hancock of APS explores the estate planning red flags which may mean danger for your clients 

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NMBA vote: Do clients care if advisers are independent or restricted?

August 08, 2018

Tom Hegarty takes a closer look at the most closely fought NMBA quick vote to date. 

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"Time for your 2018 reboot?"

August 01, 2018

Ken Davy muses on the importance of taking time out to recharge your batteries

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