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Financial wellbeing – fad or fundamental?

You may be considering whether your business should commit spend to a financial wellbeing strategy - can you be certain this will deliver value into the future or will this be a forgotten trend and sunk cost come 2020?

GMP equalisation - actions for corporate sponsors

So after 28 years of uncertainty, the Lloyds Bank case judgment released on 26 October 2018 means we all now know what we need to about GMP equalisation – right? Hmmm.

DB pensions white paper: setting objectives for charities

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) issued a White Paper earlier this year, explaining their proposals for increasing protections for defined benefit (DB) pension scheme members and making improvements to the system.

Tier 3 employers in the LGPS: 102 pages in two minutes!

Aon released their report commissioned by the Scheme Advisory Board, identifying potential issues surrounding the participation of Tier 3 employers in the LGPS. We’ve set out some of the key issues and findings.

With-Profits funds not dead: investment performance stays strong

With-profits funds offered by UK insurers have had a poor reputation since the near-collapse of Equitable Life, with many depicted as “zombie” funds producing poor investment returns. But, this just isn’t the case for the majority of funds.

Control your PMI costs: three tips

Many employers want to do the right thing by their employees by providing benefits such as Group Private Medical Insurance (PMI), but increasingly cost is the key factor when considering the ongoing viability of cover.

Budget 2018: pensions in the public sector

Given the focus on pensions in recent budgets, we were all hoping that the Chancellor would leave public sector pensions alone. Largely this was the case in last week's budget.

The defined benefit odyssey

Defined benefit pension schemes are widely acknowledged to be in decline and entering an era of run-off. However as is often the case with pensions, the timeframe over which this is expected to play out is, shall we say, a little longer than normal!

Assessing private markets

A key difference between the private and public markets is the level of illiquidity and complexity, with private assets typically being less liquid and more complex than their public counterparts.

Focussing on investment strategy

Bull equity markets and rock bottom interest rates mean many employers are now looking to take control of their pension scheme investment strategy.

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