CIPFA and Barnett Waddingham have partnered to offer a bespoke training and support service which provides assessment, training, support and monitoring programmes for Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) and other public sector local pension boards and their members.
The service is built around the specific requirements of each local pension board and assisting them to meet CIPFA’s Technical Knowledge and Skills Framework for Local Pension Boards which is available below. It includes the following elements which can be taken in whole or in part.
The Spending Review 2015 announced Government’s plans to continue to modernise terms and conditions of workers in the public sector to ensure fairness and sustainability in a challenging economic climate.
We advise over 600 pension schemes including 23 Local Government Pension Scheme Funds (“LGPS Funds”) which is around 25% of all LGPS Funds. We also advise a number of organisations that participate in the LGPS or other public service schemes.
With the regularity of the Gregorian calendar, Michael Johnson has issued yet again his preposterous ideas to radically change the essence and structure of the LGPS.
Pensions remain at the forefront of discussions, with changes to the USS, LGPS and TPS potentially resulting in universities conducting significant reviews of their overall benefit provision. Our latest update includes this and more.
These are uncertain times for universities sponsoring DB pension provision. There are many potential options to consider and we have set out in this note some of the key factors along with our thoughts on the possibilities available.
In this briefing note we take a look at the consultation, comment on the questions posed by DCLG and provide some suggestions for further regulatory changes.
This is our seventh annual survey of the assumptions adopted by UK universities for determining the value of their pension liabilities for accounting purposes.
This year’s report focuses upon many of the key metrics that we have monitored in previous years, as well as newer analyses such as how companies consider their pension risks within the context of the other business risks to which they are exposed.
This is our sixth annual survey of the assumptions adopted by UK universities for determining the value of their pension liabilities for accounting purposes.