Latest articles from Hugh Nolan

Why pension pros need to keep it simple

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The Society of Pension Professionals' Hugh Nolan on why it is important to keep pensions information clear and simple.

Putting the USS closure debate into perspective

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Amid all the debate over actuarial methodologies and affordability, Society of Pensions Professionals president Hugh Nolan says a quick look at contribution rates gives a valuable insight as to whether the public sector is getting a good deal.

Is it too late for CDC?

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Collective defined contribution schemes would improve outcomes, but huge obstacles are in the way, says Hugh Nolan from the Society of Pension Professionals.

The death of DB is yet to be felt

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The full impact of the decline of defined benefit schemes will hit many people hard, warns the Society of Pension Professionals' Hugh Nolan.

Add s67 rethink to the Christmas wishlist

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An end to the negativity surrounding pensions may be a stretch too far, but SPP president Hugh Nolan hopes for a pleasant surprise from markets and an open mind on changing benefit structures for Christmas.

We need to narrow the pensions gap

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The Society of Pension Professionals' Hugh Nolan says more needs to be done to deliver fair outcomes for everyone.

The societal shift hindering good pensions policy

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The Society of Pension Professionals' Hugh Nolan says politicians and the public are locked in an individualistic system that prejudices policy soundbites over sound policy.

Party politics meets pensions

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The Society of Pension Professionals’ Hugh Nolan on the main parties’ manifesto pledges for pensions.

DB Pensions: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it

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Defined benefit is not facing systemic failure, but there are still areas where it could improve, argues Hugh Nolan from the Society of Pension Professionals.

What effect will a cap on exit fees have on freedom and choice?

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Spence & Partners’ Hugh Nolan takes a critical look at the 1 per cent early exit fee cap coming into force at the end of this month.

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