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Penny Green, Chief Executive at Saul Trustee Company, joins Finance IQ to discuss developments in Pensions and the role of Fiduciary Management.

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Changes to the Pensions System and the Role of Fiduciary Management

  1. 1. Changes to the Pensions System and the Role of Fiduciary Management Interview by Helen Winsor, Finance IQ Penny Green, Chief Executive at Saul Trustee Company, joins Finance IQ to discuss developments in Pensions and the role of Fiduciary Management.Finance IQ: Hello and welcome to this IQPC podcast presented by Finance IQ in conjunctionwith the forthcoming Fiduciary Management Summit due to take place in April in London. Imyour host, Helen Winsor, and today Im delighted to be joined by an expert in the field, PennyGreen, Chief Executive of Saul Trustee Company. Penny, welcome to the show. How areyou today?P Green: Im very well, thank you.Finance IQ: Great of you to join us.P Green: Pleasure!Finance IQ: Ive got a few questions for you today. First and foremost, what do you make ofSteve Webbs announcement on the flat rate state pension schemes? People will now have tomake 35 years worth of National Insurance contributions to be eligible. What will happen tothe people who cant make this?P Green: I dont think that its too different from the existing system whereby to obtain a full,basic state pension you have to have made contributions for a certain period of time. In thecurrent system if you have paid in for fewer than the requisite number of years, which haschanged over time which is why Im hesitant here, then you get a reduced level of basic statepension.I havent seen the detail of the announcement and Im sure that this is something that is stillbeing worked on at the DWP, but I cannot imagine that there wouldnt be some kind ofsimilarity of approach in terms of the universal state pension that has been announced bySteve Webb.Finance IQ: Thank you. Were now nearly six months into auto-enrolment. What do you thinkare the public perceptions of it? And do you think that its actually sustainable?Download the full interview here -http://www.fiduciarymanagementsummit.com/MediaCenter.aspx nd thRelated event details: The 2 Annual Fiduciary Management Summit will be hosted on 30April 2013 in London UK. For more details, please visit the website:www.fiduciarymanagementsummit.com, call freephone: 0207 368 9300 or email:enquire@iqpc.co.uk. 1
  2. 2. IQPCPlease note that we do all we can to ensure accuracy within the translation to word of audio interviews but that errors may stillunderstandably occur in some cases. If you believe that a serious inaccuracy has been made within the text, please contact +44(0) 207 368 9425 or email helen.winsor@iqpc.co.uk. 2

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