Our PerioDiC Spring newsletter summarises the trustee, company and other elements to be aware of which help with running a defined contribution (DC) scheme.
Our 98th edition of PATHways highlights pensions news and legislation that has particular relevance to what we do in pension administration.
The LGPS has been waiting since 2013 for New Fair Deal to be enshrined into its regulations. Following an earlier consultation and subsequent rejection of the proposals, this new consultation proposes a different way forward.
Transfers to non-LGPS arrangements can be more complicated and are covered by different regulations. This Note sets out some of the principles and issues associated with bulk transfers between Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) Funds.
TPR has published its annual funding statement, aimed at trustees and sponsoring employers of DB pension schemes undertaking scheme funding valuations. It provides guidance on expectations and indicates how they intend to step up their oversight.
With fewer DB pension schemes open to new joiners, many DB schemes are now on the long road to their end. This makes it increasingly important for trustees and employers to think carefully about what they are trying to achieve in the long term.
From 2019/20 the LTA will be £1,055,000 and there's been a continued increase in the use of EGLPs for employees who already have a high level of benefit in a registered scheme. This briefing talks about an important change to eligible beneficiaries.
We are pleased to present the results of our eighth survey of the assumptions adopted by UK universities for determining the value of their pension liabilities for accounting purposes.
This briefing highlights the key changes to the annual allowance (AA) and lifetime allowance (LTA) that came into force from 6 April 2016.
This blog looks at how to use the information in your annual SIPP statement in deciding what to do next. In order to get as close as possible to your financial targets, it's important to keep planning, reviewing and adjusting.