One of the key new aspects of governance is internal audit. It is important for trustees to understand the extent and scope of the statutory audit. While we await guidance from the Pensions Regulator, trustees can begin to consider the steps they will take to comply…
Employees are buckling under financial pressures, resulting in health concerns that require time off and disrupt day-to-day productivity. How can employers adjust their approach to workforce wellbeing to reclaim employee satisfaction?
When it comes to buying property in your SSAS or SIPP, you need both knowledge and wisdom, especially where there is the possibility that the property could be deemed by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to be residential property.
The UK is experiencing an ageing population, with issues of health and government legislation relentlessly adding to the complexity of pensions.
The Regulator published an industry consultation on the future of trusteeship and governance on 2 July 2019. One of the questions asked is whether an accredited professional trustee should be required to sit on every board. This blog explores this further...
New draft regulations were published recently by The Pensions Regulator, in order to help pension trustees set objectives for their investment consultancy provider. Ian Mills provides further insight on this and advises on actions trustees should take to meet requirements.
The UK has seen a significant rise in self-employment in recent years, the increase is fuelled by the rise of the gig economy. As a result of people working as freelancers for a range of different clients, rather then being directly employed by them.
If you are going through a divorce the last thing on your mind may well be your, or your spouse’s, pension savings. However, as pension savings can be a valuable personal asset they might be taken into account in your divorce settlement.
To successfully connect with people and for your messages to land, it's important to reach the right person at the right moment so they are more receptive towards your offer - that's 'moment marketing'.