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TFA005 Your Pension Money, Jeremy Hunt’s Mansion House Speech, Stock Market News with Chris Boxall


Today’s episode is the start of a new podcast series discussing where your pension money is going starting with the recent proposals by Jeremy Hunt at the Mansion House speech.

Should pension savers and private investors be concerned about this proposal to direct billions of pension money towards UK small caps and unlisted companies? What will it mean for pension savers and private investors?

Will these proposed billions lead to a bubble in small caps and unlisted companies with the inevitable crash, or will it lead to a whole host of new yet-to-be-formed companies that pension savers, private investors and UK PLC will benefit from?

As always with these types of proposals there will be winners and losers, will it be regular pension savers, private investors, private equity, or UK PLC?


1:30 UK stock market news

3:00 New company listings on the stock market.

4:15 What potential impacts will the mansion house speech have on UK small caps?

6:45 What does Jeremy Hunt mean when he says high-growth unlisted companies?

8:45 Who will be the primary beneficiaries of this proposal?

12:00 Will an extra £50 billion entering this niche area create a bubble?

15:15 Why are more companies going private than ever before?

17:30 What does the CEO of the Canadian pension board think of this proposal?

20:15 Would tax breaks be a better option?

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