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Deal or no deal - what does Brexit mean for pensions?

United Kingdom, European Union - January 14 2019 At 11pm on 29 March 2019, the UK will leave the European Union. For over 46 years, our economic and political landscape has been shaped by being part...

Ian Chapman-Curry, Glyn Ryland.

Nine key pensions issues that will hit the headlines in 2019

United Kingdom - January 9 2019 2019 promises plenty of developments that will keep trustees, employers and advisers busy. From Brexit to superfunds, pension professionals will have...

Ian Chapman-Curry, Kevin Gude.

Good news for pension scheme trustees - HMRC simplifies anti-money laundering reporting requirement

United Kingdom - December 14 2018 HMRC has changed its policy on how affected pension schemes can satisfy the reporting obligation under Regulation 45 of the Money Laundering...

Trustee investment duties: all change or more of the same?

United Kingdom - November 26 2018 In September, the Government published its response to the June consultation on "Clarifying and strengthening trustees' investment duties." There is...

Suzannah White, Glyn Ryland.

Liabilities and protections: what every pension scheme trustee should know

United Kingdom - October 4 2018 Trustees of pension schemes need to understand what protections are available to them if something goes wrong. How can they protect themselves from...

Suzannah White, Sara Hughes.