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Exaxe | Life & Pensions Blog

Exaxe licences its Channel Plus solution to existing client

NEWS RELEASE: Dublin, Ireland, 2nd April 2014. Further to its recent announcement, Exaxe is delighted to announce it has licenced another of its software solutions to an existing client and consequently, in addition to implementing Illustrate Plus to replace the insurer’s legacy systems, Exaxe’s Channel Plus solution will also be implemented. Channel Plus is a …

Pension’s regime collapses like a House of Cards

Is the recent pension reform by Chancellor George Osborne, which has caused mayhem in the post-retirement market, a stroke of genius or a political masterstroke worthy of Machiavelli? The scale of his reforms took everyone by surprise, last Wednesday; in particular, the abandonment of the compulsion to buy an annuity or drawdown product with one’s …

TechLife Exaxe Newsletter: February / March 2014

The February print edition of TechLife is now available online. TechLife is published every quarter and is filled with news, opinion pieces, white papers and information on legislative changes within the life and pensions industry in the UK and abroad. If you wish to receive a hard copy of TechLife delivered straight to your desk …

Actuarial Post: Technology can keep work flowing smoothly

This article was originally commissioned for the February edition of the Actuarial Post. The recent floods that engulfed the Somerset Levels were shocking in their effects and all our sympathies lie with those whose homes have been destroyed and who now face many months of hard work to try to restore their lives to some …

Ms Reeves should go one step further on pension advice

Labour’s shadow secretary for Work and Pensions, Rachel Reeves has decided to bring forward some radical proposals in the pension’s area for inclusion in Labour’s manifesto for next year’s general election. It seems at last that the vital, yet frequently unrecognised, area of pensions is likely to figure prominently in next year’s campaign. Although most …

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