We currently provide one or more of these services to at least 75 DB pension schemes sponsored by employers in the sector. This is indicative of the culture and values of the firm, and our ability to provide an efficient and cost-effective service.
A key feature of our work for defined benefit pension schemes is our partner-led, team based approach. Each client is looked after by a partner who has overall responsibility for the delivery of our services, supported by a designated team of experienced professionals working together across the different disciplines.
This approach allows us to offer a joined-up and integrated service in all aspects of our work.
Super Thursday not only saw the Bank of England’s latest decision on interest rates and Quantitative Easing, but also their latest inflation report too.
A vote to leave the EU, a new Prime Minister and a new direction of travel for the country – Brexit has profound implications for us all. But what does Brexit mean for UK pensions?
Our 6th annual report exploring the impact of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes on companies within the FTSE350 has recently been released. Our analysis puts some context around the deficit figures that are a regular feature in the pensions press.
With fewer DB pension schemes open to new joiners, many DB schemes are now on the long road to their end. This makes it increasingly important for trustees and employers to think carefully about what they are trying to achieve in the long term.
Our latest news on pensions and other business risks in the Charities and Not-for-Profit sector.
In this issue of Benefact, we discuss our latest 'Generation Why?' survey, PPF levy consultations and Non-Associated Multi-Employer Schemes for DB pensions, TPT Retirement Solutions Growth Plan Series 3 and GDPR.
Highly competitive insurer pricing compared to gilts is providing extremely attractive opportunities for schemes to remove both financial and longevity risks.
It has been a turbulent few years and our 7th annual report on the pension provision of the FTSE350 shows that 2016 was a particularly volatile year for the defined benefit (DB) pension schemes of the UK’s largest public companies.
Now two years into freedom and choice in DC retirement savings, for members of a DB scheme making the most of these flexibilities will involve transferring to a DC arrangement. We provide an update on the lay of the land.