In this blog, Bob Scott asks whether ad campaigns featuring TV stars, furry monsters and workplace ‘mini-me’s are succeeding in getting the engagement message across.
By using the experience I have gained over more than 40 years working in pensions, I help my clients achieve their short-term and long-term objectives. My clients tell me that, by explaining complex issues clearly and with minimal use of jargon, I help them make good, well-informed decisions.
I have also acted as expert in litigation involving pensions matters including providing expert advice, writing expert reports and giving evidence in court as an expert witness.
I am one of LCP’s spokespeople - you can contact me directly on 020 7432 6605.
- I am the immediate past Chair of Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA), having been Chair of the ACA for 2 years up to 31 May 2018
Bob was an excellent adviser and we benefitted hugely from the breadth and depth of his knowledge and expertise.
Our latest thinking
In this blog, Bob Scott looks at how the UK compares with other countries around the world and what the UK can learn to get a top grade.
Two thirds (66%) of British adults are in favour of mandatory pension contributions, according to new research from pensions consultants LCP and research analysts YouGov.3 December 2018
LCP and YouGov research finds that the majority of adults in Great Britain would not trust retirement planning and savings guidance from a robo-adviser but a Pensions Dashboard would be helpful.27 September 2018
Net accounting position of FTSE 100 worsened from a £12 billion surplus to a £17 billion deficit over the last decade.2 August 2017
Understanding the Future Pensioner
Our Future Pensioner publication looks to lead and encourage longer-term debate and discussion around pensions saving and engagement.
Accounting for pensions 2017
Our 24th annual Accounting for Pensions report reveals that over the past 10 years FTSE 100 companies have paid around £150bn into their DB pension schemes… for their accounting position to go backwards.
Accounting for pensions 2016
Our 23rd annual Accounting for Pensions report reveals that FTSE 100 companies rode out the Brexit vote reasonably well.
Accounting for pensions 2014
The 21st annual survey of FTSE 100 companies' pensions disclosures looks at how they are managing their pension liabilities and highlights opportunities for the future.
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Our intuitive, real-time pensions technology allows you to see the information you need when you need it, helping you to make decisions.Meet some of our experts