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A monthly UK pensions law podcast placing a spotlight on key developments that could affect your scheme. CPD may be available. The podcasts are an overview of the law. How the law will apply in any particular case will depend on the individual circumstances. Listeners should seek legal advice if any of the matters discussed are relevant to a specific issue or concern.
 
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Trustees and Defined Contribution pensions scheme managers have a duty to help deliver the best outcomes for members. So this year we focused our Defined Contribution survey on their concerns, their obstacles, and how they can best approach the future.Aon plc (NYSE:AON) is a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions. Our 50,000 colleagues in 120 countries empower results for clients by using proprietary data and analytics to de ...
 
The Stephenson Harwood pensions podcasts provides an overview of key employment law developments and how they impact on your business, as well as practical tips on common issues in the HR sector.
 
Gowling WLG's Pensions experts discuss the latest developments. NOT LEGAL ADVICE. Information made available on this website in any form is for information purposes only. It is not, and should not be taken as, legal advice. You should not rely on, or take or fail to take any action based upon this information. Never disregard professional legal advice or delay in seeking legal advice because of something you have read on this website. Gowling WLG professionals will be pleased to discuss reso ...
 
A series of interviews and round table discussions from industry experts on topics that cover the broad range of financial services.
 
Pensions Expert is the Financial Times' specialist title for UK workplace pension schemes. Our thought-provoking podcasts are designed to inform trustees and advisers of UK defined benefit and defined contribution pension schemes. Download to listen to debates and discussions on a range of topics, from investments to pensions law and regulation.
 
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In this episode Victoria Panormo and Steven Leigh outline some of the key takeaways from the Aon DC and Financial Wellbeing Member Survey 2018.You can download your copy of the summary here http://www.aon.com/unitedkingdom/retirement-investment/defined-contribution/2018-dc-and-financial-wellbeing-member-survey.jsp and also sign up for your copy ...…
 
Last month, Pensions Expert reported that trustees of the Lloyds Bank Pension Scheme No.1 had overhauled the default offering for their DC members. In this episode, Lydia Fearn, head of DC and financial well-being at consultancy Redington, and Maria Nazarova-Doyle, senior investment consultant and head of DC investment consulting at JLT Employe ...…
 
In the latest edition of our pensions podcast series, we look at some of the key pensions law developments up to the end of August 2018.
 
In this episode, Deirdre Cummins and Jane McKeever discuss the Roadmap, examining, the Government’s proposal to introduce auto-enrolment to increase private sector pensions coverage and help individuals save for their retirement.By Lisa.Cunningham@matheson.com (Deirdre Cummins).
 
Over the past few years, headlines highlighting several high-profile defined benefit pension cases have hammered home the importance of having a strong covenant. Mark Evans, director at Independent Trustee Services, and Adolfo Aponte, director at covenant specialists Lincoln Pensions, explain how trustees can keep tabs on their employer.…
 
An advisory group to the government review of the Financial Reporting Council is considering the role of actuaries and the extent to which actuaries should be subject to formal regulation in response to the pensions-related nature of recent corporate failures. Bob Scott, senior partner at actuarial consultancy LCP and immediate past chair of th ...…
 
In the latest edition of our pensions podcasts series, we look at some of the key pensions law developments up to the end of July 2018.
 
Eighty per cent of people are not sure whether they are saving the right amount for retirement, according to the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association. What can be done to help savers achieve a better income in retirement? In this episode, James Walsh, the PLSA’s policy lead on engagement, EU and regulation, discusses auto-enrolment minimum ...…
 
Richard looks at the recent Court of Appeal decision in the BA v Airways Pension Scheme Trustee case and the Competition and Markets Authority’s provisional decision in its investigation into the investment consultancy and fiduciary management markets.By websupport@mayerbrown.com (Mayer Brown).
 
Since the introduction of freedom and choice in 2015, more and more savers have showed an interest in defined benefit transfers. In this episode, Ben Roe, senior partner and head of member options at Aon, and Gary Evans, board director at the Pensions and Administration Standards Association and chair of Pasa's Transfers Working Group, discuss ...…
 
Beth Brown, a senior associate in our Pensions Group in London, looks at the consultation recently published by the government on draft regulations introducing new investment and disclosure duties for trustees of UK pension schemes.By websupport@mayerbrown.com (Mayer Brown).
 
In the latest edition of our pensions podcasts series, we look at some of the key pensions law developments up to the end of June 2018.
 
The Pension Protection Fund's latest annual report shows it has weathered a record influx of defined benefit liabilities without much trouble. Chief financial officer Andy McKinnon discusses future challenges for the lifeboat amid a changing pensions landscape.
 
Insurance of pension scheme liabilities is now a common strategy amongst UK pension schemes. What about overseas? How big are the overseas pensions insurance markets and what appetite is there from overseas sponsors to insure pension risk? In the UK we often see the successful integration of member options and insurance strategies. Is this a gl ...…
 
Last month, the Financial Conduct Authority released its long-awaited Retirement Outcomes Review. Daniela Silcock, head of policy research at the Pensions Policy Institute, and Nathan Long, senior pension analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, discuss the FCA's consultation, including its decision not to impose a charge cap for drawdown products.…
 
In the latest edition of our pensions podcasts series, we look at some of the key pensions law developments up to the end of May 2018.
 
Last month, chief executive of the Pensions Regulator Lesley Titcomb said she would be leaving the watchdog at the end of her contract in February 2019. The announcement came only a few months after the release of the government's defined benefit white paper, which outlined a vision for a stronger regulator with new powers. Sir Steve Webb, dire ...…
 
In this episode, we talk to Matt Fletcher and Tim Gordon about the blips and trends happening with Longevity Risk.
 
Richard Goldstein looks at the recent decision in the Box Clever case in which the Upper Tribunal held that it was reasonable for the Pensions Regulator to issue financial support directions in connection with the failure of a joint venture.By websupport@mayerbrown.com (Mayer Brown).
 
From the government's review of auto-enrolment, to the publication of its defined benefit white paper, the past 12 months have been a busy time regarding retirement saving. While a significant amount of progress has been made, plenty more is needed. In this podcast, Guy Opperman, minister for pensions and financial inclusion, discusses auto-enr ...…
 
Aon Pension Podcast Series: Longevity SwapsAon Risk Settlement Annual Market ReviewIn this episode... We look at the Longevity swap market with Hannah Cook and Tom Scott.What is a longevity swap? How does the market work? What are the different structural options?Are longevity swaps accessible to all of pension schemes?Is pricing attractive? Ho ...…
 
Under the Pensions Act 2004, at least one-third of a pension scheme’s trustees should be member-nominated. David Brooks, technical director at consultancy Broadstone, and Stephen Fallowell, former MNT at the Royal Bank of Scotland Group Pension Fund and committee member of the Association of Member Nominated Trustees, debate the merits of elect ...…
 
Richard Goldstein looks at the Pensions Regulator’s 2018 DB funding statement and guidance published by the government on the new rules on bulk transfers without consent of DC benefits.By websupport@mayerbrown.com (Mayer Brown).
 
Aon Pensions Podcast Series: Long-term strategyAon Risk Settlement Annual Market ReviewIn this episode... we look at the long-term strategy with John Baines and Dominic Grimley. What typically is a long-term strategy? · Buyout,· Reaching a point of “self-sufficiency”,Do schemes view on this long-term outcome change over time?…
 
In the latest edition of our pensions podcasts series, we look at some of the key pensions law developments up to the end of April 2018.
 
As Local Government Pension Scheme pooling progresses, the £29bn Brunel Pension Partnership – which includes 10 LGPS funds, including the Environment Agency Pension Fund – has been one of the strongest advocates of responsible investing. In this podcast, Brunel’s chief executive officer, Dawn Turner, discusses how far institutional investors ha ...…
 
Aon Pension Podcast Series: Bulk annuitiesAon Risk Settlement Annual Market ReviewIn this episode... Why are bulk annuities relevant to a pension scheme? How can a scheme assess whether a bulk annuity terms are good value for money?What levels of pricing are we seeing in the market? When is the best time for a market approach? What data cleanse ...…
 
In April, the Competition and Markets Authority published its working paper on trustee engagement with investment consultancy and fiduciary management. Caroline Escott, policy lead for investment and defined benefits at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association, and Hugh Nolan, director at consultancy Spence & Partners, discuss the challeng ...…
 
Aon Pension Podcast Series: De-Risking market overviewAon Risk Settlement Annual Market ReviewIn this episode... we talk to Martin Bird Head of Risk Settlement and Mike Edwards about the current state of the de-risking market. Review of 2017 activity, when over £18bn of risk was transferred to bulk annuity and longevity swap providersFindings f ...…
 
In the latest edition of our pensions podcasts series, we look at some of the key pensions law developments up to the end of March 2018.
 
The UK's first superfund was announced in March, a day after the government encouraged the creation of commercial consolidators in its long-awaited white paper on the defined benefit sector. Alan Rubenstein, chief executive of the Pension SuperFund, explains how the vehicle will work, and when it might absorb its first DB scheme.…
 
Richard Goldstein looks at the government’s white paper on protecting DB pension schemes which was published last month.By websupport@mayerbrown.com (Mayer Brown).
 
Beth Brown, a senior associate in our Pensions Group in London, looks at four sets of regulations which have been laid before Parliament and which come into force on 6 April.By websupport@mayerbrown.com (Mayer Brown).
 
In the latest edition of our pensions podcasts series, we look at some of the key pensions law developments up to the end of February 2018.
 
March 26 2018: As the government edges closer towards allowing the introduction of collective defined contribution schemes, Kevin Wesbroom, senior partner at consultancy Aon, and Will Aitken, director at consultancy Deloitte, go head to head over CDC.
 
March 23 2018: While the government’s recently published white paper on protecting defined benefit pensions included a range of proposals, some issues are still subject to consultation. Gabrielle Holgate, partner at law firm Stevens & Bolton, and Martin Hunter, principal at consultancy Xafinity Punter Southall, talk about the impact of the prop ...…
 
Deirdre Cummins, Pensions partner and Jane McKeever, Pensions associate address questions arising from the previous episode of the podcast which focused on the General Data Protection Regulation and the implications for pension schemes.By Lisa.Cunningham@matheson.com (Deirdre Cummins).
 
March 14, 2018: There were no new pension announcements in this year's Spring Statement. Instead, Chancellor Philip Hammond focused on debt and growth forecasts, emphasising that there was “light at the end of the tunnel”. Lynda Whitney, partner at Aon, and Hugh Nolan, president of the Society of Pension Professionals and director of consultanc ...…
 
In this week’s episode, we talk to Susan Hoare and Vanessa Jaeger about Trustee Effectiveness.What are the challenges facing trustee boards? What were the key findings from our behavioural research? What about those boards that have done nothing to review or improve their effectiveness to date? What about those boards who think they are already ...…
 
In this podcast, we look at some of the key pensions law developments up to the end of January 2018.
 
Richard Goldstein looks at some forthcoming deadlines which may require action by employers and trustees.By websupport@mayerbrown.com (Mayer Brown).
 
Richard Goldstein looks at some legal developments in the pensions industry that are expected to occur during the course of 2018.By websupport@mayerbrown.com (Mayer Brown).
 
In Episode 5 of the Aon Hewitt Pensions Podcast Lynda Whitney and Sophia Singleton share the key points from the DC survey, will technology help deliver better outcomes for both members and pension funds? Finally, Sophia and Linda share with us some of the surprises they have found within the report. Trustees and Defined Contribution pensions s ...…
 
Richard Goldstein looks at some recent developments, including updates on HMRC’s position on employer recovery of VAT on pension scheme services and the VAT treatment of fund management services provided by insurers, proposed new charges and investment disclosure requirements for DC schemes, and proposed new rules for DC bulk transfers without ...…
 
November 24 2017: What will the Autumn Budget mean for the pensions industry? Ruth Bamforth, director at law firm Walker Morris, and David Brooks, pensions technical director at consultancy Broadstone Corporate Benefits discuss a pensions-light Budget and the chancellor's proposals for facilitating pension fund investment in patient capital.…
 
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