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    1. November 20, 2014

      Nest rejects ‘pension bank accounts’ and charges overhaul

      More than a million workers building retirement savings with Nest, the state-backed pension scheme, are unlikely to be...

    2. March 7, 2014

      ‘Democratise drawdown’ says Nest

      Nest, the state-sponsored workplace pension scheme, is looking at ways to make income drawdown, typically the preserve of...

    1. January 28, 2014

      Pensioner poverty fears grow for over-50s

      Workers aged over 50 are more than twice as likely to opt out of pension schemes than the national average, suggesting that...

    2. July 17, 2013

      Flagship UK pension scheme hit by £1.4m fraud

      The body behind the government-run pension scheme, the National Employment Savings Trust (Nest), has been forced to tighten...

    3. March 27, 2013

      Coller keeps pressure on SVG chief

      SVG Capital, the largest backer of London buyout firm Permira, yesterday faced down attacks by rebel shareholder Coller...

    4. January 4, 2013

      Stop the music, it’s time to talk pensions

      He has a degree from Cambridge university, a string of high-profile jobs on his CV and currently heads a new pension scheme...

    5. October 12, 2012

      STMicroelectronics up on unit sale talk

      Reports of companies shedding lossmaking businesses contributed to the biggest moves in Europe this week and offered a...

    6. March 21, 2012

      How St Kitts can escape debt trap

      From Mr Tim Jones. Sir, As with Greece, it is extremely unlikely the St Kitts and Nevis debt restructure will “resolve” the...

    7. February 3, 2012

      Call for fund fees ‘labelling’

      Private investors will be able to compare the full cost of investing in different funds, under two proposals for improving...

    8. January 30, 2012

      Fidelity backs fund charges shake-up

      Fidelity has become the first big UK fund manager to back calls for a more comprehensive measure of investment charges in an...

    9. December 28, 2011

      Ministers accused of fiddling aid targets

      The UK government will meet its much heralded international aid target by cancelling the debts of some of the poorest...

    10. October 13, 2011

      Olympics set for ‘ambush marketing’ crackdown

      Companies are being urged to introduce “anti-ambush marketing” policies before next year’s games to avoid staff being held...

    11. October 12, 2011

      Correction: Quote by Tim Crow

      ● A quote by Tim Crow, chief executive of sports marketing consultancy Synergy, was wrongly attributed to Tim Jones, a...

    12. September 12, 2011

      M&B rejects offer from Piedmont

      Mitchells & Butlers has rejected a takeover approach from Piedmont, the investment vehicle controlled by Joe Lewis, the...

    13. June 28, 2011

      Dealmaker steps up at SABMiller

      Good news for bankers as SABMiller’s dealmaker Domenic De Lorenzo steps up to join the brewer’s executive committee. The...

    14. June 9, 2011

      LSE appoints Tim Wright as chief of staff

      The London Stock Exchange has reshuffled some of its senior staff, appointing Tim Wright, former head of human resources, as...

    15. June 7, 2011

      Employability: How to spread the jobs net wider

      A job applicant with Asperger’s syndrome might avoid eye contact with the interviewer, choose to look at the floor or out of...

    16. February 6, 2011

      Call to close auto-enrol loopholes

      Frequent job-changers in the private sector will not benefit from the new auto-enrolment pensions regime unless the...

    17. February 2, 2011

      Austerity fails to tackle problem of external debt

      From Mr Tim Jones. Sir, Anousha Sakoui is right that Europe needs to learn the lessons of debt crises in the developing...

    18. January 12, 2011

      Pension trust strips jargon out of saving

      “What we are not going to be saying,” says Tim Jones, chief executive of the National Employment Savings Trust, “is that you...

    19. October 27, 2010

      Go-ahead for automatic pensions

      The most ambitious attempt to boost private pension saving in decades is to go ahead, Steve Webb, the pensions minister,...

    20. FT Alphaville

      September 29, 2010

      Snap news

      Breaking pre-market news on Wednesday, - LSE trading up in H1 but slowed in Q2 – statement. - H&M Q3 profit rises 23 per...

    21. June 23, 2010

      Money on the bar

      Mitchells & Butlers, the pub operator embroiled in a boardroom battle early this year, has found a new finance director from...

    22. March 3, 2010

      Indian IT group in lead for pensions contract

      Tata Consultancy Services, the Indian-owned IT company, has been named as preferred bidder for the multi-million pound...

    23. March 2, 2010

      Indian IT group leads on pensions contract

      Tata Consultancy Services, the Indian-owned IT company, has been named as preferred bidder for the multi-million pound...

    24. January 8, 2010

      Matthew Vincent: Pensions miss the starter’s gun

      Suddenly, 2012 seems a lot nearer than it did a couple of weeks ago – it must be something to do with entering a...

    25. December 15, 2009

      One bidder left to run retirement plan

      The race to administer the new personal pension accounts, into which millions of people will be automatically enrolled, is...

    26. December 14, 2009

      One bidder left to run pension accounts

      The race to administer the new personal pension accounts, into which millions of people will be automatically enrolled, is...

    27. November 27, 2009

      Interserve seeks PFI pension solution

      Interserve, the support services and construction group, is seeking to offset the growing shortfall in its pension scheme by...

    28. November 26, 2009

      Interserve seeks PFI pension solution

      Interserve, the support services and construction group, is seeking to offset the growing shortfall in its pension scheme by...

    29. July 1, 2009

      How to account for good taste

      How does an entrepreneur stay ahead as her operations expand? By remaining a "stickler for detail", says Robyn Jones,...

    30. June 30, 2009

      Accounting for good taste

      How does an entrepreneur stay ahead as her operations expand? By remaining a “stickler for detail”, says Robyn Jones,...

    31. June 28, 2009

      Tim Jones: Former retail banker faces a mammoth pensions task

      Tim Jones likes a challenge so when he was asked to roll out the UK’s new national pension scheme, he was undaunted by the...

    32. June 22, 2009

      Recovery is a year away, say SMEs

      While economists may be predicting an upturn in the markets later this year, entrepreneurs have warned that any sustainable...

    33. February 10, 2009

      Law firm to freeze London staff salaries

      Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is to freeze pay for its London-based rank-and-file lawyers and slash starting salaries for...

    34. February 9, 2009

      Law firm to freeze London staff salaries

      Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is to freeze pay for its London-based rank-and-file lawyers and slash starting salaries for...

    35. February 2, 2009

      Private equity assets melting away

      Private equity houses are poised to announce huge writedowns on their holdings in the coming weeks, with some industry...

    36. February 1, 2009

      Private equity assets melting away

      Private equity houses are poised to announce huge writedowns on their holdings in the coming weeks, with some industry...

    37. January 26, 2009

      Pension scheme ‘soft launch’ to avert IT risk

      A pension scheme that could become Britain’s biggest is to undergo a “soft launch” in a bid to avoid the big information...

    38. December 27, 2008

      Business leaders call for stability

      Bank lending, late payments and declining consumer confidence are all key factors that must be addressed in 2009, small and...

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