The New Pension Landscape
Presented by Malcolm Mclean
Three major pension policy changes (new state pension, auto-enrolment and pension freedoms) are shaping the pension landscape and the Government’s consultation paper on strengthening the incentive to save for retirement has now closed.
Malcolm McLean gives a high level view of the new pension landscape with some videos along the way.
The target audience will be advisory firms who advise individuals on their financial planning in retirement.
The learning objectives will be to:
Understand how the background to the three major policy changes and how they inter-relate;
Recognise language can be a barrier to understanding pensions;
Be briefed on other big changes in the pipeline.
The learning outcomes will be for the audience to have a clearer picture of the pension landscape.
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About Malcolm McLean
Malcolm is Barnett Waddingham’s in-house ‘pensions expert’ and is one of the firm’s leading media spokespeople.
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.
About Barnett Waddingham LLP
Founded in 1989, Barnett Waddingham has grown to become the UK’s largest independent provider of actuarial, administration and consultancy services.
From small beginnings with just 20 people, the firm now numbers over 760 – with offices in seven locations around the UK. We act for a wide range of clients, large and small, in both the private and public sectors including 15% of FTSE350 firms with a DB scheme.
We continue to grow through referrals from professional contacts and our existing clients. Our primary focus is to continue to provide the personal, quality, tailored approach that has made us successful and has led to our high level of client retention. We seek to build stable and long-term working relationships with clients, supported by our low staff turnover.
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