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With small pots and small schemes hot topics once again, the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) has published a response to its February 2019 consultation on ‘Investment Innovation and Future Consolidation’.
If I was setting a pensions-related quiz for this publication, I would expect a number of you to identify the 1670s as the decade in which pensions originated. Within a generation (1732 to be precise), a saying that has recently been thrust back into the national consciousness was reportedly used for the first time.
How risky does your life feel? In the middle of a pandemic, probably more risky than usual. We’re living through a time where even society’s adrenaline junkies, those most comfortable with taking risks, are probably spending a little time every day weighing up the risk of popping out for a loaf of bread, catching the bus, or hugging their parents.
“Stay at home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.” A familiar refrain from not so long ago. You may, quite reasonably, wonder what this has to do with pension scheme de-risking. But ‘lockdown’ was clearly a form of de-risking. Similarly, trustee boards have been exhorted to ‘De-risk. Protect the PPF. Save pensions.’
De-risking a pension scheme is a multifaceted and complex task. The list of factors to consider includes:
We have all been affected as individuals, and as organisations, by the pandemic and many of us have been called on to make unexpected decisions