Benefits in the workplace are not cheap to provide and need managing, but do we as the employer understand if they are even valued?
Further to last year’s consultation, the PRA has now introduced measures that may lead to financial penalties on actuaries that fail to observe PRA rules or the requirement to 'whistleblow' under FSMA.
A referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU is expected in summer 2016. We take a look at the potential implications of 'Brexit' for UK pension schemes.
Our research studies the impact of the new pension flexibilities on DB schemes and focuses on three key areas – Additional Voluntary Contributions (AVCs), transfer values, and trivial commutation.
James Jones-Tinsley discusses key issues facing the pensions industry, including legislative drag, the tapering of the Annual Allowance, Pension Wise and Workie.
Is Competition law having a chilling effect on the Oil and Gas Authority’s (OGA) call to 'Maximise Economic Recovery' from the UK North Sea? The UK’s new OGA has a primary responsibility to implement the recommendations of a report by Sir Ian Wood.
In the sixth and final week of this blog series, Carl Chapman discusses the six pillars of employee wellbeing - an ethos that derives from the idea that employee performance is linked to six key areas of wellbeing in the workplace. Week six: work/life balance
Scott Eason and David Gulland take a look back at what was a very busy 2015 for life sector M&A and consider potential market movements in 2016.
In the fifth week of this blog series, Carl Chapman discusses the six pillars of employee wellbeing - an ethos that derives from the idea that employee performance is linked to six key areas of wellbeing in the workplace. Week five: protection.
Following the recent forums held by the HMRC in Edinburgh, Leeds, London and Newcastle to discuss macro issues relating to the end of contracting-out we look at the outcome and the next steps.