About Graham Winmill

Author, Consultant and Wealth Protection and Pensions Professional, Graham Winmill is an expert at helping individuals to protect and grow their wealth.
Using existing pension legislation it is possible to structure your pensions for your immediate benefit.

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Hibu investors see red at firm’s collapse as they ask Vince Cable to investigate

By Rob Davies PUBLISHED: 16:03 EST, 4 October 2013 | UPDATED: 16:03 EST, 4 October 2013 Irate shareholders in collapsed Yellow Pages firm Hibu have questioned the record of chief executive Mike Pocock, citing his sale of camera firm Polaroid to Ponzi scheme fraudster Thomas Petters. The Hibu Shareholders Action Group (HSG) has written to […]


The richest pensioner on the FTSE 100: Former boss of BG Group, Sir Frank Chapman, has pot worth more £22m

Sir Frank Chapman, the former boss of oil and gas company BG Group, is revealed as the richest pensioner in the FTSE 100 with a pot worth more than £22m when he stepped down. The transfer value of Sir Frank’s pension holdings is the highest uncovered by this year’s TUC Pension Watch survey, which shows […]


Less than 10% opting out of auto-enrolment pension schemes

Fewer than one in 10 workers are choosing to opt out of their company pension scheme, according to official government figures. Starting last October, large employers have been forced to auto-enrol their staff into their own pension scheme or a separate plan such as that offered by the NEST (National Employment Savings Trust). Gradually, over […]


Record-keeping survey results published

Ref: PN13-26Tuesday 23 July 2013 Many schemes are still falling short of the standards The Pensions Regulator has set for measuring data quality and maintaining accurate records, despite steady improvements in some areas. Go to the scheme record-keeping report in our section on research and analysis. The regulator has previously set targets for schemes to meet […]


Record-keeping survey results published

Ref: PN13-26Tuesday 23 July 2013 Many schemes are still falling short of the standards The Pensions Regulator has set for measuring data quality and maintaining accurate records, despite steady improvements in some areas. Go to the scheme record-keeping report in our section on research and analysis. The regulator has previously set targets for schemes to meet […]