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From thought leadership to technical pieces, knowledge hub keeps our members and pensions professionals up to date with the recent developments in the industry.
A review of pension freedom and choice over its first five years.
Our first consultation on Defined Benefit (DB) funding closed last month (September). It ran for six months and we wanted the industry’s help to shape the foundations of how we regulate DB schemes for years to come. I’m delighted that we received about 150 responses.
When lockdown began in March the long-term economic impact of the coronavirus was far from clear.
Marriage matters to Defined Benefit (DB) pension schemes. This is because typically they pay survivor pensions to the spouse, or qualifying dependant, of members after they have died. To value these pensions, schemes need to know (a) what proportion of members have an eligible dependant and (b) the age difference between members and their dependants (since younger dependants are likely to live longer).
Research published last year by The Pensions Regulator (TPR) showed that a quarter of pension schemes had less than half of the recommended controls in place to protect their data and assets from cyber risk. Are pension schemes behind the curve when it comes to managing cyber security risks, and what steps can they take to improve?
This issue includes topics on appointing financial advisers, an Aptitude for professional trusteeship, shifting the landscape of the UK pensions marketplace and more.