Pensions PR

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

  • Sackers comments on the introduction of TPR’s DC Code
    The Pension Regulator’s DC Code comes into force today, 21 November 2013. The DC Code sets out how trustees should govern their defined contribution schemes to improve investment returns for savers and provide members with the guidance they need to get the most from their pension plan. Helen Ball, Partner, Sackers, says: “The DC Code […]
  • Broadgate Mainland appoints new Senior Account Manager
    Broadgate Mainland, the London-based financial and professional services public relations agency, has appointed Shelly Durrant to the position of Senior Account Manager. Shelly joins Broadgate Mainland from financial services PR consultancy Holt PR, where she worked across a wide range of financial services sectors including pension product providers, IFA networks, wealth managers and insurance networks […]
  • Pension fee cap could stifle innovation and competition in the market
    Commenting on this week’s news of a DWP consultation on a fees cap for pension providers, Mark Futcher, Partner, Barnett Waddingham says: “High charges can impact on retirement income, particularly when compounded over many years of saving, and I welcome some action by the government to curtail overly high pension charges. “However, it is important to […]
  • Young people who delay pension saving until middle age could lose more than half a million pounds
    Barnett Waddingham research reveals the true cost of neglecting your pension Workers who don’t save into a pension scheme until they are 40 could turn down nearly £100,000 in ‘free money’ Turning down these contributions could halve pension income at age 70 Pension fund value could be more than £665,000 lower at age 70 Young […]
  • Likely winners and losers from the single-tier pension plan
    Malcolm McLean, consultant at Barnett Waddingham, comments on the impending Pensions Bill: “The Pensions Bill being published this week gives effect to the Government’s plans for a single-tier state pension for new pensioners from 6 April 2016. “There are some clear advantages in having a largely flat-rate pension instead of the present convoluted combination of […]

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