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Asset-backed contribution arrangements (ABCs) are one of the more controversial innovations in Defined Benefit (DB) scheme funding. Under these agreements, typically between trustees and one or more entities within the sponsoring employers’ group, a payment stream is derived from an underlying asset and paid to the scheme over a set period, usually via a special purpose vehicle (SPV), in the form of a Scottish Limited Partnership (SLP), intended to avoid employer-related investment (ERI) rules.
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Member engagement in 2030
This is the third essay in a series of six produced by the PMI’s Master Trust Innovation Workstream. This essay aims to set out how we can expect member engagement with Master Trusts to evolve in the next five to ten years
September 2020 marked the first time the PMI has offered a large scale online exam with its Certificate in Pensions Calculations, traditionally a paper-based exam, moving into the digital world across all of the United Kingdom and Ireland. Approximately 700 learners participated in the series of exams over the month.