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In this issue of Benefact we discuss:
Should charities sponsoring these arrangements use this opportunity to review them to ensure they continue to be fit for purpose? Or should they consider whether alternative arrangements are better placed to meet the needs of their members?
The government has issued a response to its earlier consultation on proposed changes to the employer debt regulations, to help employers that participate in non-associated multi-employer schemes. Has the government made any changes from the original consultation? Will the changes help?
GDPR will be replacing the Data Protection Act from 25 May 2018, with significant implications for those in the Charity and not-for-profit sector. What are main areas where pension scheme trustees should be taking action?
The Growth Plan is a large multi-employer pension arrangement aimed at employers in the Charity and not-for-profit sector. What are the likely issues ahead of the outcome of the full valuation as at 30 September 2017?
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