As the former Chief Executive of the Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS), Malcolm has an extensive and up-to-date knowledge of all aspects of the UK pensions industry.
Malcolm makes comment to the media on behalf of Barnett Waddingham frequently, covering a variety of retirement and pensions issues in the UK, and his views are often broadcast across a variety of the UK’s media outlets, from TV and radio, to the national and trade press.
Malcolm also speaks/presents at conferences, seminars and events across the pensions industry and beyond. An experienced broadcaster, Malcolm became well known to daytime television viewers as the “resident pensions expert” on BBC2’s Working Lunch, a position he held for over 9 years prior to the programme ending its run in July 2010.
Popular speaker/presenter at courses and conferences across the pensions industry and beyond. Experienced broadcaster.
In the case of acronyms, logic suggests that as they're supposed to be derived from the title of the firm, product or what they represent they would be a secondary consideration not a starting point in the process. Malcolm isn't sure that always applies.
The big question underpinning most things in 2019 is what is going to happen in relation to Brexit? Malcolm McLean looks ahead at what we can expect to see in Pension in 2019.
There was a disappointing lack of detail about future plans for pensions in this year’s Budget announcement, with many areas only outlined for consultation and discussion over the next 12 months.