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It’s the year of the rooster - what are we cock-a-doodle-doing in pensions?

USA, United Kingdom - January 12 2017 After a busy 2016 in the pensions world it looks likely that 2017 will be just as eventful. The UK government will be following up on various...

Pensions Lessons for Trustees - Extra-Curricular Activities - September 2016

United Kingdom - September 15 2016 In recent months we have seen how Defined Benefit (DB) pension provision has the capacity to cause a drama and frequently “struts and frets his hour...

Catherine McKenna, Wendy Hunter, Matthew Giles, David Griffiths.

Hot Topics in Pensions - Autumn 2016

United Kingdom - September 2 2016 Total deficits in defined benefit (DB) pensions are reported to have reached £1 trillion. This is in part due to the reaction of the Bank of England...

Catherine McKenna, Wendy Hunter, Matthew Giles, David Griffiths.

Compliance and Best Practice New Pensions Code in Force - August 2016

United Kingdom - August 2 2016 The Pensions Regulator's revised and updated Code of Practice on "Governance and administration of occupational trust-based schemes providing money...

Catherine McKenna, Wendy Hunter, Matthew Giles, David Griffiths.

Pensions Trustees Data Protection Gets Serious

United Kingdom, European Union - July 14 2016 On 24 May 2016 a new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted by the European Union. It will have direct effect in all European Economic...

Catherine McKenna, Wendy Hunter, Matthew Giles, David Griffiths.