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The coronavirus crisis has affected millions of people and changed the way we live and work in today’s society. As a result of this, we have created a report in conjunction with our Insight Partners to discuss a number of these challenges as well as emerging opportunities in the pensions industry.
Technical News April 2020. We need to take stock of what is becoming an increasingly divisive world.
This directory has been compiled to support trustees with their training requirements. The courses listed in this document are suitable for new trustees as well as those looking to refresh their knowledge and cover the various aspects of knowledge trustees need to acquire, including legal, regulatory, investment and scheme specific knowledge.
Technical News February 2020. Against a backdrop of improving funding levels, we conducted a survey of members of the Pensions Management Institute to uncover any observations that could help other invertors plan towards their endgame. The results confirm two existing industry trends and highlight three new observations. For a full write-up of the results, including guidance from PMI members, view the full report on the PMI website: De-risking investment strategies 1
Technical News January 2020. With the majority of private sector defined benefit (“DB”) pension schemes closed to new joiners, and increasingly closed to future benefit accrual, DB pension schemes have a finite life. Trustees and sponsors are increasingly considering new strategies as to how they manage a pension scheme to its end point. These strategies reflect that the scheme will be maturing over time, will become increasingly cashflow negative and will need to be funded to ensure all members’ pension benefits can be paid in full.