Transfers from DB to DC schemes has been widely spoken about as result of more options available. Leading to trustees being more thorough when providing information and transfer options.
Time is running out for DB schemes, as a result of schemes actively targeting buy-out. The pension’s regulator is driving more emphasis on journey planning, to set long term targets in order to encourage a strategic plan.
The pension’s regulator are trying to increase governance requirements around DC Schemes in order to improve their outcome. By empowering trustees to release information into the public domain making it accessible for everyone to see. Assistance is available if required, through specialist communication companies, governance consultants and the GEM for the purpose of benefiting its members.
Bulk annuities are becoming widely talked about topics, as schemes are discovering there is more opportunities to do transactions. Now in such high demand, insurers are having to promptly change their processes.
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Our recent ‘Navigating Change Live’ conference covered the important issues keeping trustees awake at night - helping them focus on the long term strategy of their scheme and navigate the challenges along the way.
Our short video gives a brief glimpse of why pensions schemes are a target of cybercrime and what can trustees and pension managers do to reduce this risk.
Our short video gives a brief glimpse of the functionality and style of the elements relating specifically to Defined Benefit (DB) pension choices, including the options available if the member is considering taking their transfer value, presented in a balanced and unbiased way.
Scott Eason, Partner and Head of Insurance Consulting, talks about the importance of getting the selection process right when looking for a new actuarial consultant - is the best necessarily the cheapest?
Scott Eason, Partner and Head of Insurance Consulting, talks about the process used to assess consultants after they have been appointed and how companies can ensure they're getting the best value for money.