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Shareholders are preparing to rebel against pay policies at the Royal Bank of Scotland ahead of its annual general meeting; while chief executive Ross McEwan is set to pocket £350,000 in pension contributions.
Life insurers are failing to find value for money in actuarial consultants due to “intrinsic” weaknesses in the hiring process, a survey by Barnett Waddingham has uncovered. Out of 45 UK insurers surveyed, they have found that most companies assess the value of actuarial consultants based on their “return of investment” and “cost & governance savings”.
British private sector employers expect to give workers a 2.5% basic pay rise this year. Although Xpert HR has found that some are waiting until Brexit plans are clearer.
The Association of British Insurers has declared that billions of pounds could be unlocked for sustainable investments in Europe if Solvency II regulation is changed.
The Bank of England will soon spell out how it wants banks, insurers and investment companies to manage the financial risks from climate change, Governor Mark Carney said on Thursday.
The Women’s Trades Union Congress (TUC) has passed a Prospect motion calling for greater action to tackle the gender pension gap as it “deplores” the lack of progress being made.
Gender diversity has improved at nearly all levels of the UK’s insurance industry, new research has found; although the number of women in senior roles remains low.