Pensions bedrock laid bare - This year's triennial valuations are throwing up valuable insights into how those massive local authority pension funds are coping with the snatching away of dividend tax credits and a culture of early retirements
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Public finance : the business monthly of the public sector. - London : Public Finance, ISSN 1352-9250, ZDB-ID 11697313. - 1999 (05.02.), p. 25-34
Powdrill, Tom, (2001)
Keeping a sense of balance - It's been a white-knuckle-ride this year for local government asset managers. Stock markets have soared, then plunged in a dead cat bounce. Meanwhile, the Local Government Pension Scheme was quietly and unspectacularly relaunched. So what is the outlook for 1999?
Cashing in with outside experts - Councils are grappling with unprecedented cash surpluses mainly due to the freeing up of funds from transfers of housing stock. And they're looking for outside help to help them manage
Powdrill, Tom, (1999)
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