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Barnett Waddingham news: February 2018 Archive

Barnett Waddingham welcomes communications specialist to drive creative agency DrumRoll forward

We are welcoming renowned consultant, Andrew Cattell, to DrumRoll to improve the ways that employers communicate and engage with their workforce.

Malcolm McLean recognised as Pensions Personality of the Year at Pensions Age Awards

We are pleased to announce that our in-house pensions expert, Malcolm McLean, was named ‘Pensions Personality of the Year’ at last night’s Pensions Age Awards.

Barnett Waddingham strengthens pensions litigation service with appointment of experienced actuary

We are delighted to appoint experienced actuary and pensions litigation specialist Mark Stocker to the growing Corporate Consulting team.

Welcome regulation strategy from TPR and FCA

It was confirmed in a joint statement this morning that The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and The Pensions Regulator (TPR) are working together on a pensions regulatory strategy which will set out how they will work together to tackle the key risks facing the pensions sector in the next 5-10 years.

Worrying lack of pension provision by self-employed workers

ONS have released its latest data in relation to pension provision by the self-employed, Malcolm McLean, senior consultant at Barnett Waddingham believes these latest figures show the “how big the problem is.”

A lot of good news in ONS Wealth and Assets Survey

The latest ONS Wealth and Assets Survey covering the period July 2014 to June 2016 published today shows that: • Aggregate total private pension wealth of all households in Great Britain • 49% of individuals aged 16 to 64 years had a form of active private pension that they were contributing to • 66% of employees were actively contributing to a private pension scheme compared with 25% of self-employed • Median public sector occupational pension wealth was £80.000 compared to median private sector occupational wealth of £15,000

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