Recent fluctuations in volatility have brought it back to the attention of investors. This blog post looks at what ‘volatility’ is, how current levels compare to history, and to what extent all of this matters.
VIDEO: Paul Hamilton highlights how we use technology for the benefit of our pension scheme clients in our latest video.
The new accounting standards issued by the Financial Reporting Council, mandatory for accounting periods commencing on or after 1 January 2015, will impact every university.
The Pensions Regulator and the Pension Protection Fund have released their latest survey of UK defined benefit schemes and it shows some interesting trends.
Employee wellbeing is directly linked to a company’s profitability, its customer satisfaction ratings and absence rates, as well as insurance premium costs and attraction and retention of staff. But the UK health insurance market is broken. So what can a simple but effective claims management service do for companies and their employees?
We need to continue to warn savers through every means possible about pension liberation and what it means.
The latest version of our Current Issues in Pensions Financial Reporting newsletter has just been released and it gives some interesting considerations for company directors for the end of Q3 2014.
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has published yet another consultation into potential new solvency requirements for pension schemes.
If you are waiting for your IP14 certificate this month or want to re-start pension contributions subject to receiving your certificate, we have news about when it will be available.
The PPF has reduced its target levy from 2015/16 and made some welcome changes to the levy framework. However, not all schemes will see a fall in their levy.