Public-service pension complaints ‘unacceptably high’ – Irish Times

Public-service pension complaints ‘unacceptably high’
Irish Times
Public service pension schemes are the source of an “unacceptably high proportion” of all complaints to his office, the pensions ombudsman Paul Kenny has said.

Source: www.irishtimes.com

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Head of Barclays’ wealth business Horrell quits – Reuters UK

Reuters UK Head of Barclays’ wealth business Horrell quits Reuters UK Barclays has struggled for several years to build its wealth business to the size and profitability it wants and last September unveiled plans to simplify and narrow its focus in…

Source: uk.reuters.com

With time bomb ticking, city must act on pensions – Chicago Sun-Times

With time bomb ticking, city must act on pensions Chicago Sun-Times If the city’s already-low credit rating drops just one notch — highly likely if the city’s massive police and fire pension bills aren’t dealt with — the city could be on the…

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Sweeney proposes budget to fund pensions – Cherry Hill Courier Post

Sweeney proposes budget to fund pensions Cherry Hill Courier Post Sweeney unveiled his $34.4 billion budget proposal the same day trustees for one of New Jersey’s public employee pension funds voted to sue over Christie’s plan to skip a $900…

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Sainsbury’s drivers on Merseyside to walk-out in pensions row tomorrow

Nearly 200 drivers at the Sainsbury’s distribution centre at Haydock on Merseyside will walk-out for two hours tomorrow in a dispute which could see some of them lose tens of thousands of pounds from their pension pots.

Source: www.unitetheunion.org