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Dominic Croft is the Chairman of the Examination Committee which oversees the PMI’s Certificate in Pensions Calculations (CPC) qualification; a role he has fulfilled for more than 10 years. Dominic has been heavily involved with the PMI in many capacities and in 2013 he won the award for the ‘Outstanding Contribution to the PMI’. Dominic was one the PMI’s inaugural group of Fellowship Network Ambassadors.
All a successful trustee needs to do is meet three little tests…pay the right people the right pensions at the right time. If these tests are met, then the job is done well.
Pension schemes are maturing and the regulator is proposing a new framework for investment, putting pressure on trustees to outline plans to achieve their long-term objectives. An integrated approach to investment, considering the objective in terms of cashflows, may help trustees to reach their goals with greater certainty.
A recent survey carried out by Barnett Waddingham asked trustees to identify the risks they were most concerned about for their schemes. It also asked trustees to share their experience of the types of risk events that had crystallised for their schemes over the past three years.
February of 2020 began much like any other month. It didn’t last. Seemingly in a matter of days, everything changed as the world experienced a convergence of economic, humanitarian, and health crises with the rise of COVID-19.
They say that necessity is the mother of invention. This is never truer than with the case of online examinations. Our qualifications at the PMI rely on summative assessments for progression and these summative assessments are in the form of an end type of exam.