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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland
APTI is the association of professional trustees in Ireland. We believe in real choice for members, transparency of charging and control of investments.
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Aug 22
A self-admin pension is the only effective tool for consolidating pots. The fate of Minister ’s crackdown on self-admin will be determined in the High Court on 15th October @IORPII .
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Aug 21
Does EU Pensions Directive benefit small pensions? On 15th October the High Court will decide in the matter of APTI v Minister and .
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Fionán O'Sullivan Aug 6
This has been talked about for over a decade! When will we see action? Ministerial Pensions should also be reviewed Acumen and Trust
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Jul 29
APTI members have made the same observations as the Regulator. Increasingly disenfranchised savers are attracted to self-admin - numbers tripled since 2007
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Jul 25
More Pensions chaos: The Commission now sends warning shot to Minister for not implementing pensions directive. The next step is infringement proceedings.
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Jul 22
“Means-testing” of Pensions is all Minister can come up with in an area which is essential to welfare. Meanwhile, there has not been any meaningful Pensions legislation since 2002. )
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Jul 16
Replying to @drbambrick
You’re not alone, Laura. Many pension geeks in APTI would feel the same way.
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Jul 9
APTI director Aidan McLoughlin has been appointed - as the only Irish representative - to ’s “extraordinary” expert group aimed at launching a pension to benefit all European savers.
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Jul 4
Financial recently became member of a distinguished group of accredited businesses. In APTI, we are pleased to be associated with them. via -Ireland Business Foundation - News & Events
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Jun 27
In the High Court these days Minister defends a decision to prevent pensioners from investing in property, even if it’s a safeguard against running out of cash in retirement.
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Jun 27
We haven’t tweeted for a while - been far too preoccupied defending pensioners’ interest in the High Court - but this tweet merits proliferation.
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Jun 6
Replying to @williamnhutton
Trump will save Britain. So, he says.
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland May 22
“Good governance is what one advocates for others, not what one does oneself,” is how Sir Humphrey Appleby might have put Minister ⁦⁩’s calamity in relation to IORP II. According to ⁦⁩ Magazine, May edition.
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland May 14
“Good governance is what one advocates for others, not what one does oneself”. support ’s case against Minister , and
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland May 9
“Diverging views on almost every policy question,” is Govt excuse for lack of pension reform. needs to start all over again, we think in APTI, and this time aim for simplicity.
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Apr 29
“Employers are just going to stop doing any pensions”, commented ’s Jerry Moriarty on Minister ’s approach to IORPII. The question was asked by ’s . Read full Dáil transcript here:
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Apr 18
Minister and are obviously struggling with the implementation of IORP II.
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Apr 12
In the UK, 90% of private sector workers receive less than 12% of earnings in pension contributions from their employer. While in the public sector 95% of employees receive pension contributions of more than 12%.
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Apr 10
Replying to @SMPFinancial
SMP, you need to canvass your local TD. This issue is continuously made out to be about consumer protection. When it’s quite the opposite.
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Association of Pension Trustees of Ireland Apr 9
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