Our Risk Maturity Benchmarking report is based on market research involving over 100 respondents, and face-to-face meetings with more than 35 business and risk leaders. Our aim is to engage with businesses to identify common challenges, proven solutions and general good practice while providing data to support the case that good risk management is good for business.
Our fifteenth annual survey of pension disclosures made by FTSE100 companies determining the value of their pension liabilities for accounting purposes has been released.
Our fourth annual survey in relation to private sector DB schemes in the UK with assets of over £1bn covers 160 schemes and focuses on scheme type, asset allocation, investment performance, deficit contributions, and adviser fees.
The workplace wellbeing index is based on an online survey carried out in June and July 2015. The survey received 84 usable responses from employers across all regions of the UK.
Our research relates to constituent companies of the Dutch AEX, French CAC40, German DAX, Spanish IBEX, Italian FTSE MIB and Scandinavian OMX share indices that have UK subsidiary companies with defined benefit (DB) pension schemes. The survey covers 79 European companies with around £107bn of UK pension liabilities between them.
This is our seventh annual survey of the assumptions adopted by UK universities for determining the value of their pension liabilities for accounting purposes.
Our Generation why? survey, launched in 2014, helps us to gain a better understanding of generational attitudes and perspectives towards saving and money matters, and how an individual’s affluence influences their thinking.
This survey looks at Scandinavian companies, almost all of which are constituents of the OMX Share Index that have UK subsidiary companies with defined benefit (DB) pension schemes. The survey covers 15 Scandinavian companies with around £6.1bn of UK pension liabilities between them.
Following the introduction of the new pension freedoms, many studies have researched how employees’ attitudes have changed in relation to retirement saving. However, no studies (until now) have asked employers how their attitudes have changed.
The main focus of the 2015 PPF levy survey was the transition from Dun & Bradstreet to a bespoke insolvency risk model with Experian. The survey also considered areas such as the change to the contingent asset certification process, mortgage exclusions and the discount applied to Last Man Standing schemes.