Advisers back overhaul of pensions drawdown

Selby, Tom
October 2012
Money Marketing;10/25/2012, p7
The article examines the proposal of Andy Bell, chief executive officer (CEO) at financial services provider AJ Bell for the British government to overhaul the drawdown income on pension funds based on a 15-year gilt yield that is supported by investment advisers Alan Dick of Forty Two Wealth Management and Robert Reid of Syndaxi Chartered Financial Partners.


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