11.00 - 12.00 | Webinar
The introduction of Freedom and Choice brought about an increased frequency of pension transfer requests. In addition, developments such as HMRC’s change to their QROPS listing, and the rise of pension scams, have impacted administrative due diligence requirements.
Reflecting on high profile news stories, case studies and current developments, Ben will demonstrate how administration teams can act as the first line of defence and effectively mitigate the risk of transfers, protecting member’s benefits by implementing a comprehensive quality control frame work, practicing due diligence, and engaging with trustees.
Ben will guide you through:
Rather than speculating on the results of the vote on whether the UK should remain part of the European Union (EU), our interactive webinar will offer practical guidance on the issues schemes should be considering.
The actuarial valuation is due next year, but what challenges should defined benefit (DB) pension schemes expect to face in the current low-yield environment, particularly in the context of the USS?
During this webinar, our experts will share their insights on the pragmatic application of Integrated Risk Management and how this can benefit your scheme.
Our interactive webinar on Tuesday 21 February will offer a clear explanation of the important changes to pension taxation – helping you to provide the right support your staff.
Transferring administration services to a new provider can be a challenging process, but an efficient and seamless transfer can be achieved through approaching the project with transparency, cooperation and accountability.
Our webinar focuses on practical tools for understanding the longevity risk exposure inherent in the business as usual operations of individual pension schemes.
The high court judgement on the GMP equalisation Lloyds case has been handed down. Does it open the door to the opportunity of genuine pension simplification, or slam it shut? Join our webinar as we discuss what this means for trustees and sponsors;