Bank on simple policy

June 2009
Money Marketing;6/18/2009, p47
The article presents the author's views regarding the need for a pensions policy committee along with the monetary policy committee of the Bank of England to manage the complexities of the legislation on pensions in Great Britain. The author relates that the committee should comprise independent experts coming from the pension sector. The author notes that this committee could publish its accountable findings and minutes and could provide an example to learn from.


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