Monthly Archives: October 2013

30Oct 13

Charge cap ‘won’t guarantee AE value for money’

A charge cap for auto-enrolment (AE) schemes will not guarantee value for money, industry experts warn.

Charge cap ‘won’t guarantee AE value for money’

Posted By: True and Fair, 6:09 pm

30Oct 13

Cap on pension charges at 0.75 per cent could have ‘unintended consequences’

Proposals from the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) to cap the annual charges of some pension schemes at 0.75 or 1 per cent have been given a cautious welcome by some experts, though others warn they could affect the quality of schemes.

Cap on pension charges at 0.75 per cent could have ‘unintended consequences’

Posted By: True and Fair, 3:10 pm

30Oct 13

Pension scheme charges cap proposed by ministers

Pensions industry voices concern over ‘blunt instrument’ on eve of consultation about limiting charges to 0.75% a year

Pension scheme charges cap proposed by ministers

Posted By: True and Fair, 2:20 pm

28Oct 13

Fund Holders Are Being ‘Conned’ Out Of £3bn

In Telegraph Money last weekend, Richard Evans examined the views of investors in connection with the pricing of some actively-managed funds and concluded that many do not trust fund managers to make better returns than the wider market.

Fund Holders Are Being ‘Conned’ Out Of £3bn

Posted By: True and Fair, 6:11 pm

24Oct 13

True and Fair Campaign wins European Parliamentary support for introduction of EU online savings calculator

True and Fair Campaign wins European Parliamentary support for introduction of EU online savings calculator

True and Fair Campaign wins European Parliamentary support for introduction of EU online savings calculator

Posted By: True and Fair, 4:42 pm