Clamour grows on pension forecasts

Pow, Helen
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/10/2009, p60
The article reports on the criticism of Hargreaves Lansdown PLC on the misleading savers by offering conflicting pension forecasts by the government and the Board of Actuarial Standards (BAS). Laith Khalaf, pensions analyst at Hargreaves, comments on the conflicting forecast and its impact of employees and financial advisers. Meanwhile, a BAS spokesperson explains that it strives to offer the best information to the public.


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