Posts Tagged ‘pensions data’

Neil Copeland

American author Chuck Palahniuk has written a lot of things. “Maybe humans are just the pet alligators that God flushed down the toilet”, for example. Or “All God does is watch us and kill us when we get boring ” The latter quote being of particular concern to my actuarial colleagues.

He also wrote “any behavior that is not the status quo is interpreted as insanity, when, in fact, it might actually be enlightenment.”

Everyone knows the pensions data status quo. Poor data, incomplete data, inaccurate data is rife… Yet when I make the, what seems to me entirely obvious, link between poor, incomplete data and a poor administration experience for trustees and members, the number of people who appear to fail to see that link leaves me uncertain as to whether I’m insane or enlightened. Well, it doesn’t really. I’m pretty clear that I’m enlightened, at least on this matter. Read more »

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