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An expert has expressed scepticism over whether a planned rise in auto-enrolment contributions will actually take place in April 2019.
Barnett Waddingham, the pensions and employee pensions firm, has appointed its first managing partner.
Barnett Waddingham has achieved silver in the Investor in Customers (IIC) award for client relationship management in self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) and small self-administered schemes (SSAS).
Barnett Waddingham, a Sipp provider and one of the UK’s largest independent providers of actuarial, admin and consultancy services, has won a contract to provide admin services to the National House Building Council (NHBC) Pension Scheme.
Origo has signed another seven SIPP providers to the Options Transfers service in the space of four months, it says.
Research conducted by Barnett Waddingham, the provider of consultancy and actuarial services, has found that UK employees suffer from “major gaps” in pensions knowledge.
The Financial Conduct Authority’s final rules on Capital Adequacy imply that fixed term cash deposits that cannot be realised within 30 days will have to be classed as a ‘non-standard’ asset.
Last December, the Financial Conduct Authority released Handbook Notice No. 28.
James Jones-Tinsley column: Time for Sipp firms to resolve long-running issue with FCA.

Last October, the FCA released a consultation paper entitled pension reforms – proposed changes to our rules and guidance.
In his first column since becoming a blogger for Sipps Professional, James Jones-Tinsley from Barnett Waddingham a Chartered Financial Planner and Self-Invested Technical Specialist, discusses problems with the time delay between pension changes being announced and being cemented in law.
Overhauling the system of pension taxation “risks destroying the foundation of a system that works,” warns Barnett Waddingham
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