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Blog: Public sector

The actuarial small print

“Your statutory rights are unaffected”, “subject to approval”, “terms and conditions apply”; there is plenty of small print in our lives. TAS 100 isn't just small print for actuaries though: it's a key part of a framework of professional standards.

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.

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.

Life after GDPR in the public sector

GDPR has been in force for a couple of months now and the flurry of opt-in emails and bulletins has finally died down. As actuaries in the public sector, the impact on day-to-day business has been, well, surprisingly minimal.

Public sector pensions: progress, preparation and perspectives

At our pre-2019 valuation seminar, we shared our insight on all the latest in the Local Government Association, legal news in the public sector, 2019 valuations for LGPS funds and everything you need to know about our exciting new online data checker. Melanie Durrant, associate and consulting actuary gives the highlights.

LGPS Annual Report 2017: highlights for fund actuaries

The LGPS SAB released their latest report on 22 May, providing information on the status of the LGPS for its members, employers and any other bodies. We’ve shared key things for fund actuaries in the lead up to the 2019 valuation.

AA & carry forward - use it or lose it

Nilesh Shah, Associate, outlines the need to utilise any unused annual allowance before it is too late.

Scottish LGPS structure review: considerations and consequences

Louise Lau, Actuary, provides some initial thoughts around the options put forward in the Scottish LGPS structure consultation and asks: what are some of the considerations to be had and what would be the potential consequences of such changes?

LGPS: Changing approaches to accounting reporting

April has been a busy month for us - producing accounting reports for hundreds of participating employers in the LGPS. Roisin McGuire, Associate in Public Sector Consulting, reports about SEDR and the change in approach taken in accounting assumptions this year.

Returning surpluses - employer exit credits arrive in the LGPS

Changes to Regulation 64 of the LGPS Regulations 2013 will offer greater flexibility. Annemarie Allen provides some insight on what has changed and what this means for scheme employers and administering authorities.

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