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Investment Pensions

A summary of new Regulator powers

Ever since the controversial end to BHS and its defined benefit (DB) pension scheme in 2017, which was then exacerbated by the demise of Carillion, the government has been looking at how it can toughen up the P...

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Investment Pensions

They are coming for you – are you ready?

Company directors and senior executives have a legal and moral duty to safeguard pension funds and of course, the vast majority do just that. However, with the recent announcement from Amber Rudd (Work and Pens...

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Employee Benefits Investment Pensions

Broadstone Group acquires CS Financial Solutions to drive continuing growth in the employee benefits market

We are delighted to announce the acquisition of Liverpool-based CS Financial Solutions (CSFS) including CS Trustees. This is another significant step for Broadstone as we continue to be one of the UK’s fastest ...

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Employee Benefits Investment Pensions

2018 – The good, the bad and the ugly!

As we approach the end of 2018, we have been discussing the key events for our industry this year.   It was a great start to 2018 for our businesses as 2020 Trustees, part of the Broadstone Group, was name...

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Investment

Changes to employer debt regulations – a helpful respite for many employers?

With effect from 6th April 2018 there will be changes to the employer debt legislation, including the introduction of a new option – the Deferred Debt Arrangement. These changes follow on from a consultation pr...

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Investment Pensions

A tougher regulator ahead

The Government has this week published their White Paper on DB funding with two main themes and goals. A tougher regulator and an environment to encourage consolidation and innovation. It is clear the Governmen...

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Investment

Do you know LISA?

From April 6th, it will be possible -if initially a little difficult – to open a Lifetime ISA (LISA) if you are over 18 and under 40 (that’s me out, then). The LISA is interesting as it has two key featur...