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.
From ‘Box Clever’ to ‘Walker’, our Head of Pensions Research, Tyron Potts, maps out the ‘A to Z’ of everything you may have missed in the world of pensions this summer.
Building a modern growth portfolio - Have Diversified Growth Funds actually disappointed? Jemma Arfield and Chris Binns explore whether investors are expecting too much.
With more Chairs of trustees completing the 2019 Winmark PensionChair Board Remuneration Report survey than ever before, this year’s findings provided even greater credibility, resonance, as well as revealing a number of new insights. Read on for more.
Maintaining a protected pensions allowance is no easy task. With the LTA capping the amount of tax-relievable savings, we offer an in-depth look into the big pitfalls.
The surge in activity in the bulk annuity market looks set to repeat this year. Rosie Fantom looks into what this means for DB schemes and sponsors eyeing future transactions as part of their endgame.
TPR has recently increased its focus on the endgame of UK DB pension schemes. This blog explores how companies paying higher dividends than deficit contributions should expect more of a challenge on this from their trustees and The Pensions Regulator.
The Woodford Investment saga created a surprise for many investors as a result of the suspended redemptions of the Woodford equity fund. The impact it created on individual investors could be a learning curve for pension schemes and trustees.
ESG is a hot topic at present for those who manage DC pension schemes. Regulatory requirements from the DWP and TPR means trustees now have to consider how ESG affects the investment strategy for their members. What are the implications of this change?