Four Broadgate is also a specialist public relations company for the pensions industry. Our clients include institutional fund managers, specialist pension lawyers, corporate IFAs, actuaries, employee benefits and investment consultants. We have excellent contacts across the pensions media and our team is well informed on pension issues.
We closely monitor announcements from the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), The Pensions Regulator (TPR) and National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF). This helps us stay up-to-date on current industry issues and spot opportunities by identifying topics your pension business can comment on. We were named PR Manager of the Year in the 2005, 2007 and 2009 UK Pensions Awards, organised by Professional Pensions magazine. We are the only PR consultancy to have won the award more than once.
More Pensions PR News
- Pension investments hit new record high
Healthy growth in SIPP, annuity and flexible drawdown sales Pension investments reached a new record high in Q2 2016 according to data from Equifax Touchstone, a leading financial intermediary and customer profiling provider. Pension investments continued their strong upward trend with £8.4 billion of inflows (including transfers), a 6.2% rise (£0.5 billion) from the previous […]
- Pitfalls to avoid when protecting your Lifetime Allowance
Matthew Brown, Private Client Partner at Thomas Miller Investment, comments on the new Fixed Protection 16 (FP16) and Individual Protection 16 (IP16) and issues for pension savers. “The new HMRC web portal that allows pension savers to protect a pensions Lifetime Allowance (LTA) of more that £1m is up and running. The web portal allows anyone […]
- St. James’s Place study reveals more than half of UK adults misunderstand new pension rules
Ian Price, Divisional Director at St. James’s Place, comments on UK adults’ understanding of their options at retirement: “Research carried out on behalf of St. James’s Place by The Wisdom Council* reveals that only 49% of UK adults understood the pension changes implemented in 2015 and the impact on their choices at retirement. Moreover, over 40% […]
- The self-employed face a turbulent retirement
Ian Price, Divisional Director at St. James’s Place, comments on the challenges that self-employed people face when saving for retirement: “Self-employed people may now qualify for the maximum state pension of £155.65 a week, following changes which came into effect on 6 April but, in terms of their overall funding for retirement, there is evidence […]
- Government U-turn leaves room for further pensions change, says Sackers
Claire Carey, partner at Sackers, comments: “The news emerging over the weekend that the Government will not be pressing ahead with radical pensions tax changes as part of the forthcoming Budget has no doubt been greeted with a collective sigh of relief. With pension schemes and their advisers still grappling with the onslaught of developments over […]