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Government plans to relax conditions for bulk transfers of contracted-out rights without member consent

United Kingdom - February 14 2018 Pension schemes merge for a number of reasons, usually to enjoy the benefits of economies of scale. They tidy up an employer's legacy arrangements and...

Christopher Stiles.

Exercising discretions: a reminder for pension scheme trustees

United Kingdom - January 24 2018 Trustees of pension schemes often have to exercise discretionary powers to decide who should get what benefits. Often these focus on ill health and...

Sarah Tate, Sara Hughes.

What to expect from pensions in 2018

United Kingdom, European Union - January 5 2018 What is on your agenda for the coming year? Whether it is compliance with the new data protection regime, grappling with the detail on CPI RPI or...

Ian Chapman-Curry.

What trustees need to do to prepare for HMRC's new Pensions Online Digital Service

United Kingdom - November 23 2017 "Scheme administrators" of registered pension and group life schemes (usually the trustees) need to act now to ensure information held by HMRC is...

Kevin Gude.

How does the Government plan to address DC pension transfers?

United Kingdom - November 17 2017 Automatic enrolment, ever-increasing governance requirements and the introduction of new benefit freedoms have all led employers to consider the...

Joanne Tibbott, Christopher Stiles.