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14 June 2020

Make (insolvency) law in haste, repent at leisure?

The new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 has been heralded by many as the most significant insolvency reforms for a generation. This new Act was fast-tracked through parliament to help companies struggling in the wake of COVID-19, attracting significant debate and newspaper headlines along the way. What are those reforms, and what do they mean from a pensions perspective – both if an employer enters into one, and for broader trustee decisions?

These are some of the questions that we will consider on this webinar.

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Last update: 20 July 2020

Tim Middleton
Tim Middleton
PMI
Director of Policy and External Affairs
Charlotte Cartwright
Charlotte Cartwright
Eversheds Sutherland
Legal Director, Pensions
David Gray
David Gray
Eversheds Sutherland
Partner
Harriet Sayer
Harriet Sayer
Eversheds Sutherland
Principal Associate

GMP / Project Specialist

Salary: £40000 pa

Location: Essex / Hampshire considered

Senior Pensions Project Administrator – (Worcestershire)

Salary: £1 pa

Location: Worcestershire

Pensions Administration Team Leader – Projects

Salary: £1 pa

Location: Worcestershire

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Where next for ESG?

Sackers partners, Stuart O'Brien and Ralph McClelland will provide an update on recent regulatory developments in ESG and climate risk reporting. The session will cover:

  • The changes required to statements of investment principles (SIPs) for 1 October 2020
  • Preparing for the new annual implementation statement requirements from 1 October 2020
  • Forthcoming requirements on climate-risk reporting, including changes to be introduced under the Pensions Schemes Bill and TCFD reporting for trustees.

The session will provide a recap of what is required by Trustees (and when), making sense of the trickier requirements applying to implementation statements under the legislation, and will provide practical tips to help Trustees prepare and avoid traps for the unwary.

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