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Pension Attention

Brad Barrett

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Pension Attention is a show dedicated to helping firefighters and police officers take charge of their finances to build a life they love. Your host Brad Barrett is a Managing Director and Partner at One Capital Management, a top ranked independent investment advisory firm managing $5B in assets for clients. He has advised families in the Los Angeles City Fire Department for over 12 years, is an active member in Kingdom Advisors, a biblically based advisory network and holds the certified fi ...
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Trustees and Defined Contribution pensions scheme managers have a duty to help deliver the best outcomes for members. So this year we focused our Defined Contribution survey on their concerns, their obstacles, and how they can best approach the future. Aon plc (NYSE:AON) is a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions. Our 50,000 colleagues in 120 countries empower results for clients by using proprietary data and analytics to d ...
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D.C. Pension Geeks

Brian Graff

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Welcome to DC Pension Geeks, a conversation with top retirement-related policymakers and regulators in and around Washington. Hosted by Brian Graff, an attorney, accountant, former Capitol Hill staffer, and now CEO of the American Retirement Association, it’s an inside view of the ups and downs, ins and outs and sometimes surprising turns Washington takes on the road to ensuring a secure retirement for millions of hard-working Americans.
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This podcast is designed to help people make money matters more understandable and straightforward. Financial planning and wealth management can be daunting at times and each week we take you through a series of topics designed to give the listener guidance on a range of financial matters. The podcast features Phil Anderson who owns and runs a financial advisory firm in the north and north-east of Scotland. Phil previously worked as a financial adviser and he loves helping people. Phil share ...
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Pension Protectors

Matt & Clint

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Pension Protectors is a podcast for first responders designed to help tackle and make sense of various financial topics. This includes the complexities of their pensions as well as other financial matters. The hosts Matt and Clint have been working with first responders for a combined 30 years, and want to share their laughs and stories from along the way. All the while deliver timely, valuable information that is actionable. In addition to the financial topics, every other week they will sp ...
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Hosted by CMS Pensions experts, this series looks ahead to the key issues developing in the pensions sector, with a specific focus on what you need to know, and practically, what you need to do.
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The Pension Podcast.

PensionBox

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Introducing India’s first ever, The Pension Podcast, an initiative by PensionBox - Take control over your retirement future now!The Pension Podcast embarks the emergence of the Pension Movement and assures the retiree’s to find their financial security and peace of mind at their own comfort!With apt information and insights on how the Pension Movement impacts the future, let The Pension Podcast advance your retirement planning now!
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Pensionens 10 bud

Aske Juul Lassen

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Podcasten der giver dig 10 bud på, hvordan du kommer godt igang med pensionen. Hvad skal du forberede dig på? Hvordan skaber du dig en overgang? Hvad er pension anno 2020 og hvad kan der ske herfra? Podcasten er baseret på forskningsprojektet Pensionsfortællinger. Podcasten er støttet af Velliv Foreningen.
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The Burges Salmon Pensions Pod

The Burges Salmon Pensions Pod

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In this series of fortnightly podcasts the Burges Salmon Pensions team will be joined by experts from across Burges Salmon and select special guests to discuss topical issues, the latest pensions news and insights and practical tips to help trustees and employers navigate the ever changing pensions landscape.
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UK Pensions Law

Mayer Brown

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A monthly UK pensions law podcast placing a spotlight on key developments that could affect your scheme. CPD may be available. The podcasts are an overview of the law. How the law will apply in any particular case will depend on the individual circumstances. Listeners should seek legal advice if any of the matters discussed are relevant to a specific issue or concern.
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Pensionnats indiens

Historica Canada

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Pensionnats indiens est une série de baladodiffusion en trois parties créée par Historica Canada et animée par Eve Ringuette. Elle a pour but de commémorer l’histoire et l’héritage des pensionnats indiens, et d’honorer les histoires des survivants métis, inuits et des Premières Nations, ainsi que leurs communautés. La série de baladodiffusion Pensionnats indiens fait partie d’une campagne plus large de sensibilisation créée par Historica Canada et financée par le gouvernement du Canada. En p ...
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Black Greenwich Pensioners

Old Royal Naval College

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This series of podcasts explores themes and highlights from the exhibition Black Greenwich Pensioners (1 Oct 2020 - 21 Feb 2021) at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich. In each episode, Claire Kirk (Head of Learning, Interpretation and Collections at the Old Royal Naval College), speaks to maritime historian and Black history expert, S.I. Martin, who curated the exhibition. Conversations delve into the research behind the display and what this research tells us about the lives of Black ma ...
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The Month in Pensions discusses the latest developments in the UK pensions world with insight from the Pensions team at international law firm Gowling WLG. NOT LEGAL ADVICE. Information made available on this website in any form is for information purposes only. It is not, and should not be taken as, legal advice. You should not rely on, or take or fail to take any action based upon this information. Never disregard professional legal advice or delay in seeking legal advice because of someth ...
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A monthly UK pensions law podcast placing a spotlight on key developments that could affect your scheme. CPD may be available. The podcasts are an overview of the law. How the law will apply in any particular case will depend on the individual circumstances. Listeners should seek legal advice if any of the matters discussed are relevant to a specific issue or concern.
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Recently, Former President Donald Trump proposed that the U.S. replace taxes with tariffs. This had politicians on both sides of the aisle scratching their heads. Although this could be a good idea, “in theory”, it will not likely happen. Today, Brad gives a little history on tariffs and taxes, along with some unbiased data and insight. Listen Now!…
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In this episode of V-FM Pensions co-hosts Darren and Nico chat to Standard Life's Mike Ambery. Mike is a pensions industry stalwart who has recently joined Standard Life after a long and illustrious career at Hymans Robertson. Mike is an Arsenal fan (he promised Darren use of his season ticket...) so he slots straight in to a quality chat about Ars…
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We delve into salary exchange schemes for electric vehicles, highlighting how these enable employees to drive electric cars while saving on taxes and reducing their carbon footprint. We explore the financial benefits for both employees and employers, the positive environmental impact, and share insights from industry experts Darren Woodall and Mich…
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In this episode of V-FM Pensions, hosts Nico and Darren chat to fellow Gooner and editor of Pensions Expert Nick Reeve. Nick joins us supping water (not Pina Colada) from a pineapple shaped glass from sunny Barbados for a great chat about pensions, journalism and, of course, value for money. It was nice to turn the tables on Nick and be asking the …
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Ready or not, we have an election coming up this November and many of us are bracing to see how the market responds. But do elections REALLY have an affect on the stock market? Today, Brad takes us through a 100 year timeline on election data and how it coincides with the U.S. market. The results may surprise you. Listen Now! Show Highlights Includ…
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In this episode of V-FM Pensions hosts Darren and Nico chat to pensions industry legend and all round PR and policy superstar Tom McPhail. Tom is Director of Public Affairs at the Langcat and also is an external adviser at Guiide. This episode covers tax relief and the IFS proposals for the LTA, a good discussion about politics and pensions, fiduci…
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If you have been following news pundits on the subject of inflation, you might be scratching your head, but also becoming a little impatient… for good reason. Today, Brad walks us through discussions in the media regarding inflation and interest rates. And with so many rumors and opinions, it is hard to find the real story. We have you covered! Lis…
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Would it surprise you that the global population over the age of 65 is expected to double from 10% to 20% by the year 2060? This increase in longevity concerns MANY people, as it pertains to their retirement. On today’s show, Brad takes us through 3 ways all of us can address the question of, “Will I have enough money in retirement?” Listen Now! Sh…
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In this episode of V-FM Pensions hosts Darren and Nico chat to the editor of Corporate Adviser, John Greenwood. John returns to the V-FM podcast to chat about Corporate Advisers' latest Master Trust and GPP defaults report - an amazing piece of annual research that looks at performance of default funds and picks up on some key industry trends. We a…
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June 2024 – An International Pensions PerspectiveIn this podcast Aon’s Jennifer Michel and John Harney are joined by colleagues Saffron Sweeney, Head of Aon’s Wealth Solutions for the Pacific Region and Colin Haines, Aon’s Chief Commercial Officer for EMEA Wealth Solutions to discuss what we can learn from the pensions systems outside the UK.You wi…
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In this episode of V-FM Pensions, hosts Nico and Darren talk to Pangea founder Nick Stoop. As well as the usual V-FM chat we talk about the election, shareholder resolutions, pensions regulation, and the recent IMF report on the UK economy. We have a great discussion about what Nick is trying to achieve with Pangea - a pension that considers everyt…
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On the podcast this week we delve into the world of property opportunities. Our guest expert, David Liddell from Liddell Property Investments, joins us to explore the lucrative realm of converting properties into AirBNBs and guest houses. Discover insider tips, valuable insights, and expert advice on maximising your property investments. It is impo…
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In this episode of V-FM Pensions, hosts Darren and Nico chat to the Labour MP for East Ham and Chair of the Work and Pensions Select Committee Stephen Timms. Stephen has been an MP for over 30 years and shares his experiences and views on pensions and a whole lot more. In a V-FM Podcast first, this episode was recorded with a live audience at the D…
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Department of Labor Chief Operating Officer and senior staff member Tim Hauser joins American Retirement Association CEO Brian Graff for a comprehensive discussion of the myths, controversies and questions surrounding the final fiduciary rule, officially called the Retirement Security Rule. This frank and factual conversation between two fiduciary …
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In this episode of V-FM: the pensions podcast, hosts Darren and Nico chat to Pentech guru Martin Freeman. Martin has seen it all when it comes to pensions technology and administration and has recently set up his own company to help schemes and providers deal with the considerable administration and systems challenges that the pensions industry fac…
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Research and consulting giant Morningstar was cited over 40 times in the final fiduciary rule release, officially called the Retirement Security Rule. The reason was largely due to the data and information for which the company is known. Aron Szapiro, Head of Government Affairs with Morningstar, joins American Retirement Association CEO Brian Graff…
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In this episode hosts Darren and Nico chat to all round pensions industry legend Sally Bridgeland. Tune in to find out how Margaret Thatcher encouraged Sally to get on her bike, how James Bond style space lasers are nearing reality, and how Sally got into pensions (inducing a discussion on sexism in the city and some of the barriers that Sally and …
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Behavioral traits have a lot to do with the success and failure of managing our money. Today on the show, Brad shares 5 habits we should all stay away from, that could be keeping us “broke” or simply hindering us from reaching our financial goals. Listen Now! Show Highlights Include: Habit 1: Overspending. (4:35) Habit 2: Waiting For The Wrong Reas…
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May 2024 – Responsible Investment Trends for Asset OwnersIn this podcast you will hear the key pension news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Jennifer Michel and John Harney.This month Jennifer and John are joined by Eilidh Wagstaff from the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) and Craig Campbell from Aon’s Responsible Investment Team …
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In this episode of V-FM Pensions, co hosts Nico and Darren spend an hour chatting about the news, life and some of the the themes coming out of the podcast so far this year. We also, of course, discuss Arsenal. We chat about AE contribution rates, transfer incentives, at retirement, politics and value for money. And we pay tribute to Frank Field, w…
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Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) is an important topic for many. John Harney talks to Sue Austen, Partner at Aon, to find out the key insights from Aon’s Global Pension Risk Survey and understand the practical steps trustees and sponsors of pension schemes are taking on EDI to support better decision-making and risk management.The data and analytics f…
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How much progress have schemes made with implementing ESG factors within their investments over the last two years? Jennifer Michel talks to Jennifer O’Neill, Partner at Aon, to find out the key insights from Aon’s Global Pension Risk Survey and understand how schemes can best face ESG risks within their investment strategies.The data and analytics…
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We delve into the often-overlooked intersection of money and mental health. We explore the taboo surrounding discussions about mental wellbeing in relation to personal finance. From the impact of financial stressors on mental health to debunking common myths, Phil looks to shine a light on the importance of addressing these issues openly and honest…
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In this episode of V-FM Pensions, hosts Darren and Nico chat to Royal London's Director of Policy Jamie Jenkins. As well as being a star billiards player, Jamie is a bit of a pensions legend having led the policy charge at Standard Life and now Royal London. Jamie is a PPI trustee, PLSA policy board member, and was one of three reviewers looking at…
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In this episode of V-FM pensions, hosts Nico and Darren chat to the CEO of Railpen John Chilman. As well as heading up one of the largest pension schemes in the UK, John is also chair of the PLSA Policy Board and chair of the Pensions Policy Institute's Finance Committee. We find out about a new Chechnyan law that means that this podcast will now b…
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Transitieplannen mogen duidelijker zijn over dat (ook) sociale partners gaan over het verleden en invaren, zo vindt Teun Huijg. Samen met Mark Heemskerk bespreken zij hun eerste bevindingen aan de hand van de tot nu toe openbaar gemaakte transitieplannen.
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In this episode of V-FM pensions, hosts Nico and Darren chat to the ABI's pensions and long term savings guru Rob Yuille. Rob's seen it all in his 12 years at the ABI and, along with his team, has been instrumental in feeding in to the big pensions policy debates and discussions. A discussion that covers the plethora of changes coming into effect a…
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Having the right team around you, matters... especially when it comes to our money. Today, Brad breaks down the 7 million dollar contract Shohei Ohtani signed with the LA Dodgers this off-season. The way it is structured will shock you… but there is much we can learn about planning for the future. Listen Now! Show Highlights Include: The Largest ML…
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April 2024 – Professional TrusteeshipIn this podcast, you will hear the key pension news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Jennifer Michel and John Harney.This month Jennifer and John are joined by Natalie Winterfrost from Law Debenture and Colin Richardson of Zedra to discuss the advantages and challenges of professional trusteeship, includi…
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In the latest episode of V-FM Pensions, hosts Darren and Nico chat to Aviva's Managing Director (workplace) Emma Douglas. The usual canter through the V-FM staples of dashboards, productive finance, fees and charges and investments, is hijacked by some very important and timely health advice, a pop quiz on bamboo toilet roll, bin liners and, to top…
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Dating back to the 13th century, the "Grain of Rice" fable has long been told in order to teach the simple concept of compound interest. Today, Brad shares this important tale and how it relates to the Rule of 72. You don't want to miss this tried and true investing tip! Listen Now! Show Highlights Include: The Grain Of Rice. (2:50) Seeing The Ligh…
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We look at the recent Spring Budget to see how it impacts from a financial planning perspective. Areas covered include cost-of-living measures, personal tax, savings, pensions and property tax. It is important to take professional advice before making any decision relating to your personal finances. Information within this podcast is based on our c…
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In this episode hosts Darren and Nico spend an hour chatting to the CEO of Make My Money Matter Tony Burdon. We talk about what Tony is trying to achieve (alongside Richard Curtis) with Make My Money Matter, his innovative campaigns (have you checked out Oblivia Coalmine...?), and the power that pension schemes and insurers can leverage in deliveri…
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Defined contribution plans, and 401(k)s specifically, are increasingly under attack, criticized by think tanks and academics for perceived (yet easily refuted) flaws. What—and who—is behind the effort? Are the criticisms resonating and why are they happening now? Does the industry need to do a better job defending itself and are we effectively illu…
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In this episode of V-FM Pensions hosts Darren and Nico chat to Executive Chair of Schroders Solutions James Barham. As well as the usual V-FM chat and a discussion about the news and topical pensions issues (including Jeremy Hunt's disclosure drive for UK pension funds and Hymans latest retirement research), we talk about the recently launched Life…
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How much progress have schemes made with GMP equalisation projects over the last two years? John Harney talks to Lauren Ramsey, Associate Partner at Aon, to find out the key insights from Aon’s Global Pension Risk Survey and understand how schemes can best navigate the challenges that can arise when completing GMP equalisation.The data and analytic…
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In this episode of V-FM Pensions, Nico and Darren chat to the CEO of Pensions for Purpose, Charlotte O'Leary. This episode was recorded on the morning of Jeremy Hunt's 2024 Budget, so we had a bit of speculation, alongside discussion of some of the pre-announced pensions measures. We discussed the gender pensions gap, something Charlotte campaigns …
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March 2024 – The Revised PLSA Retirement Living StandardsIn this podcast, you will hear the key pension news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Jennifer Michel and John Harney.This month Jennifer and John are joined by Chloe Ludden to discuss the recent increase in the PLSA Retirement Living Standards and examples of what schemes are doing to …
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In this episode of V-FM Pensions Darren and Nico chat to one of the architects of auto enrolment in the UK and current NEST CEO Helen Dean. Helen talks about her role in helping to deliver the biggest pension reform ever seen in the UK and the creation of NEST. This episode has it all.... pensions, the need for scale, productive finance, wider savi…
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