Nick Griggs comments on The Pensions Regulator’s Corporate Plan 2017 – 2020, who hadve advised they will be acting “faster and more frequent” for the next three years, published today.
Milliman, the leading global provider of actuarial services, and Barnett Waddingham, UK’s largest independent provider of actuarial, administration and consultancy services, today announced a joint venture.
Uncertain retirement future for the UK due to shortfalls in financial education. As the Lifetime ISA (LISA) comes in to affect, Barnett Waddingham’s latest financial study reveals financial priority concerns and knowledge shortfalls amongst the UK.
The sheer quantity of laws, around 8,000, that may need converting, will be set out for the first time in the great Repeal Bill. With 12,000 EU regulations currently in force this is, undoubtedly, going to be a massive undertaking.
The new investment guidance is a useful resource for trustees and should be applicable to schemes of all sizes.
The report whilst thoroughly researched and presented confirms essentially that there is no silver bullet to address the problems of an ageing society and facilitate state provision of a benchmark retirement income other than at increasingly later ages.
Barnett Waddingham have launched a social study with a difference. The Picture Happiness photographic competition aims to find out what represents Eudaimonia, overall happiness, in the UK.
On Wednesday, 8 March 2017 Chancellor Phillip Hammond delivered his first and final Spring Budget. The announcements missed a number of opportunities for the pensions industry.
Barnett Waddingham asks the Chancellor to confirm in his Spring Budget on Wednesday 8 March that the Treasury still supports pensions as the primary vehicle for retirement saving in the UK.
Barnett Waddingham’s annual research in to major European companies with UK final salary pension schemes has revealed that European head-quartered companies are paying proportionately more into their UK pension schemes than their FTSE350 counterparts.