PMI Crest
PMI
14 June 2020

Employer covenant – Balance in the Bounce Back

Pensions managers and trustees are facing a difficult situation: although employer affordability is starting to benefit from lockdown restrictions easing, many employers have been left financially vulnerable and at risk of a second wave. Some have sought to defer pension contributions. This situation is difficult to balance with increasing pressure on trustees to act prudently from TPR’s new code of funding consultation and the Pension Schemes Bill.

In this panel discussion, we will explore how a constructive employer-trustee relationship centred around information sharing and journey planning can be used to align a sponsor’s strategic needs with successful outcomes for members.

back to Webinars

Last update: 8 July 2020

Lesley Alexander
Lesley Alexander
PMI
Vice President
Judith Anunda
Judith Anunda
Lincoln Pensions
Director
Richard E Farr
Richard E Farr
Lincoln Pensions
Managing Director
Peter Hughes
Peter Hughes
Travers Smith
Partner

Senior Pensions Technical Analyst

Salary: £30000 - £36000 pa

Location: Bristol, Amersham, Cheltenham, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool

Covenant Analyst - London/ Bristol

Salary: £28000 - £34000 pa

Location: London

SIPP Property Administrator - Cheshire

Salary: £25000 - £30000 pa

Location: Cheshire

You may also like:

Planning for the Endgame – Helping Trustees navigate their options and responsibilities
14 June 2020

Planning for the Endgame – Helping Trustees navigate their options and responsibilities

Planning for the endgame has become a priority for DB trustees as insurers, asset managers, and consultants, as well as third party consolidators and capital-backed structures, bring to market different solutions to manage pension liabilities to maturity. How do trustees determine which path is right for their scheme? What are the trustees’ legal responsibilities?

 

Read more