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Insights

How Covid-19 has changed retirement planning

May 24, 2021
Richard Cooper
Later-life financial planning is complex, but the pandemic has forced many people to reassess their finances, raid their pension pots and bring forward or change their retirement plans. Richard Cooper looks at the additional impact of life in lockdown and how financial advisers and planners can update skills to offer clients the best advice.
How Covid-19 has changed retirement planning

How Covid-19 has changed retirement planning

May 24, 2021
Richard Cooper
How Covid-19 has changed retirement planning

How much does human nature influence investment decisions?

Aug 01, 2019
Osy Plummer
How much does human nature influence investment decisions?

How much does human nature influence investment decisions?

Aug 01, 2019
Osy Plummer
How much does human nature influence investment decisions?

How might local government pensions create opportunity for growth?

Jun 24, 2019
Stuart Lanigan
How might local government pensions create opportunity for growth?

How might local government pensions create opportunity for growth?

Jun 24, 2019
Stuart Lanigan
How might local government pensions create opportunity for growth?

Doing well by doing good?

May 07, 2019
George Graham
George Graham discusses the business case for ESG investing by pension funds and looks at how to make investment portfolios more sustainable.
Doing well by doing good?

Doing well by doing good?

May 07, 2019
George Graham
Doing well by doing good?

We’re living longer but what does that mean for our finances?

Jan 16, 2019
Peter Hahn and Brian Wilkinson
In 2017 the UK population reached a new high of 66m and that’s set to grow – up to 72.9m by 2041, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). As life expectancy increases so does the number of older people in our population – ONS data also tells us that one in every five people (18.2%) in 2017 were 65 or older and that’s projected to reach around one in every four people (24%) by 2037. So more of us will live longer and that means longer to enjoy retirement – which is good news, surely?
We’re living longer but what does that mean for our finances?

We’re living longer but what does that mean for our finances?

Jan 16, 2019
Peter Hahn and Brian Wilkinson
We’re living longer but what does that mean for our finances?

Podcast: financial challenges for the over 50s

Jan 16, 2019
Peter Hahn and Brian Wilkinson
We’re all living longer, which is good news, but are we financially ready for a longer retirement? Our Dean and Professor of Banking, Peter Hahn, and our Managing Director, Corporate and Professional Qualifications, Brian Wilkinson, talk about the challenges for the over 50s and how financial advice could help.
Podcast: financial challenges for the over 50s

Podcast: financial challenges for the over 50s

Jan 16, 2019
Peter Hahn and Brian Wilkinson
Podcast: financial challenges for the over 50s