Broadgate Mainland is also a specialist public relations company for the pensions industry. Our clients include institutional fund managers, specialist pension lawyers, corporate IFAs, actuaries, employee benefits and investment consultants. We have excellent contacts across the pensions media and our team is well informed on pension issues.
We closely monitor announcements from the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), The Pensions Regulator (TPR) and National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF). This helps us stay up-to-date on current industry issues and spot opportunities by identifying topics your pension business can comment on. We were named PR Manager of the Year in the 2005, 2007 and 2009 UK Pensions Awards, organised by Professional Pensions magazine. We are the only PR consultancy to have won the award more than once.
More Pensions PR News
- Pensions – the inconvenient truth…
Matthew Phillips, Managing Director of Thomas Miller Investment, urges the government to actively encourage the use of pension advisers: “A report this week by the Work and Pensions Committee highlighted a number of concerns around the new pension freedoms, but has failed to address the inconvenient truth of where the country finds itself. The reality is […]
- Navigating the financial maze
Research from Ipsos Mori, in conjunction with King’s College London, has exposed how woefully ignorant we are in estimating the cost and implications of key financial decisions. While not a new phenomenon, as a nation we consistently under estimate the true cost of various financial decisions. The research comes with a nifty questionnaire to take […]
- New independent advisory firm launches
City Noble, a new independent pensions and investments advisory firm, which aims to put the power back in the hands of trustees and institutional investors by restoring impartial advice, has launched. The new venture, set up by senior industry figures, including Ian Maybury, Paul Craven, Eamonn O’Connor, William Bourne and Alexandra Noble, provides a full […]
- Sackers comments on pensions news from the Autumn Statement
Zoe Murphy, partner, Sackers says: “Having heard so much from George Osborne on pensions over the last year, it is perhaps not surprising that there was very little left to say. In the Autumn statement the Chancellor confirmed the abolition of the 55% “death tax” on unused pension savings which had previously been announced in […]
- Sackers comments on pensions implications of Scotland 'No' vote
Ian Pittaway, Sackers’ senior partner, comments on the implications for pensions of Scotland voting ‘No’ to independence: “After weeks of speculation on the vote, many people in the pensions industry will be crossing off one thing on their extensive to-do lists this morning. A no vote means that UK pension schemes won’t have to grapple […]