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LGPS shake-up offers an opportunity for review
LGPS shake-up offers an opportunity for review

MyCSP opens the debate on alternative models of delivery with LGPS pension administrators. At a joint seminar with CIPFA (the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy) to explore alternative models for delivering LGPS pension administration, the pioneering pension administration mutual, MyCSP, talked to an audience of key Local Government officials about new scope for savings and service improvements. The event was attended by over a third of LGPS funds inEngland, including many from London boroughs.

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Have you booked your place on our Auto Enrolment training courses?
Have you booked your place on our Auto Enrolment training courses?

Civil Service pensions has used automatic enrolment for a number of years for certain staff, the Government's introduction of new legislation to make it easier for everyone to save for their retirement through 'auto-enrolment'.

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MyCSP to attend the NAPF Annual Conference & Exhibition 2012
MyCSP to attend the NAPF Annual Conference & Exhibition 2012

NAPF is the most important annual event for anyone involved in the pensions sector, attracting over 1,450 top industry professionals, and approximately 80 exhibition stands.

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Hutton to bring pensions expertise to NAPF Council
Hutton to bring pensions expertise to NAPF Council

Lord Hutton, a former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, is one of four high‐profile joiners to the policymaking councils at the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF), the UK’s leading pensions trade body.

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A powerhouse for change - Article by Phil Bartlett in the Daily Telegraph
A powerhouse for change - Article by Phil Bartlett in the Daily Telegraph

Auto-enrolment is an opportunity for employees and employers to improve pension provision in the UK and is one we should all embrace. However, set against the growing dissatisfaction with pensions in the private sector, rises in employee contributions and reforms to public sector pensions, the likelihood of people choosing to opt out of pension provision altogether is increasing. High volumes of opt-outs will place a further cost burden on members and taxpayers,and the legislative intent, not to mention our personal aspirations for later life, would not be realised.

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Minister opens MyCSP’s MyInnovation Centre and training services
Minister opens MyCSP’s MyInnovation Centre and training services

The Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude, today marked the opening of MyCSP's MyInnovation Centre in Liverpool, and the launch of MyCSP’s training services.

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