The following is a small selection of sample questions from across the units.
Each either poses a question or makes a statement which requires completion, and is followed by four possible responses lettered 'a', 'b', 'c' and 'd'. Only ONE is correct.
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If the lifetime allowance is exceeded, normally the consequences are that
a: action may be taken by the Pensions Regulator against the trustees
b: the excess, after appropriate taxation, may provide additional pension or lump sum
c: the excess, after appropriate taxation, must be taken as additional pension
d: the excess must be used to provide benefits for dependents
A simplified version of the trustee’s annual report
The Pensions Regulator is able to compel schemes to take specified action to remedy identified breaches of legislative requirements via
Passive investment management is where
For a pension scheme closed to new members, consisting solely of pensioners with 5% p.a. guaranteed increases attaching to their pensions, the most appropriate type of investment would be
Who is ultimately responsible for the scheme’s investment performance?
For which of the following schemes is an actuarial valuation usually NOT relevant?
To comply with a pension sharing order, trustees must ensure that their scheme
a: meets the expenses of the divorce
b: notifies the court of the costs payable
c: allocates the stipulated proportion of the member’s fund value to the ex-spouse
d: allows the ex-spouse or civil partner to become a contributory member of the scheme
By law the Statement of Investment Principles