CDC promises a shared-risk approach to retirement benefit provisionwith advantages for employers and members. Danny Wilding, Partner, asks: could this result in a flow of employers entering into the risk-sharing arena?
The Department for Work and Pensions published its white paper on Protecting Defined Benefit Pension Schemes. Although not offering much in the way of new legislation, it does encourage The Pensions Regulator to make more of the current legal framework
Partner and experienced pension actuary, Danny Wilding, shares some thoughts on managing legacy defined benefit pension promises - following on from his speaking slot at the Professional Pensions Risk Reduction Forum.
The shadow pensions minister reignites debate on Collective defined contribution schemes. Danny Wilding explores the Dutch method.
Delegates at our recent Pensions Trustee conference had the opportunity to ask questions of three experts - Peter Askins, director at Independent Trustee Services, Robin Ellison, consultant at Pinsent Masons and our own senior consultant Malcolm McLean.
At the NAPF (now Pension and Lifetime Savings Association) conference last week, Barnett Waddingham asked delegates to choose what they thought what the key issue in the new retirement landscape was going forward from 2015, with a clear winner.
It’s good to see the speed of progress being made with the Private Pensions Act, which is being presented to Parliament for the first time today. This new legislation will enable employers to develop shared risk schemes for the first time.