A vote to leave the EU, a new Prime Minister and a new direction of travel for the country – Brexit has profound implications for us all. But what does Brexit mean for UK pensions?
There have been numerous changes to the Lifetime and Annual Allowances over the past few years, and the multiple options to protect those allowances have equally been revised and updated too, resulting in ever-increasing complexity.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has today published an overhaul to its DC Code, following a period of consultation. We take a look at what's changed and highlight the areas you should look out for.
Our 6th annual report exploring the impact of Defined Benefit (DB) pension schemes on companies within the FTSE350 has recently been released. Our analysis puts some context around the deficit figures that are a regular feature in the pensions press.
Carl Chapman talks candidly about the tendency that most companies have to adopt outdated health strategies and so miss out on using the full suite of health solutions at their disposal.
The Pensions Regulator’s 2016 funding statement aims to help trustees set an approach to funding, investment and employer covenant in volatile economic conditions. We look at the key funding-related messages.
The DWP consulted on technical measures earlier this year that sought to further simplify the AE process. This blog looks at one of these, which is good news for employers whose directors or members are more likely to fund for their retirement via a SIPP or SSAS.
Mandie Bird looks at the evolving role of the pension management consultant and explains how the fast-changing face of the pensions landscape has helped to shape this new profession.