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Pension schemes slow to embrace drawdown finds WTW
Nearly two-thirds (61%) of trust-based pension schemes have yet to provide access to a Flexi Access Drawdown Facility (FADF) for their members nearly a year after the Chancellor announced new pension
Employees’ contributions lag behind
At least nine out of ten pension paying UK businesses are already contributing more to their employees’ pensions than the new auto-enrolment regulations will require them to from October 2017,...
Pension schemes slow to embrace drawdown finds WTW
Nearly two-thirds (61%) of trust-based pension schemes have yet to provide access to a Flexi Access Drawdown Facility (FADF) for their members nearly a year after the Chancellor announced new pension
In Brief February 2016
Cap tax relief The government is expected to retain the existing exempt, exempt, taxed (EET) structure for pension taxation, as the transitional implications of a shift to taxed, exempt, exempt (TEE
Employees’ contributions lag behind
At least nine out of ten pension paying UK businesses are already contributing more to their employees’ pensions than the new auto-enrolment regulations will require them to from October 2017,...
Schemes carry £1trn risks
UK defined benefit (DB) schemes have over £1trn of unhedged interest rate exposure, according to Hymans Robertson. This is despite the value of assets held in bonds nearly tripling over the past...
High earners: act before 6 April
Radical changes to pension schemes being introduced by the government could leave high earners with unexpected tax bills, warns Secondsight, the employee benefits arm of Foster Denovo. From 6 April...
64% of consumers fail to shop around for an annuity, says FCA
A disturbingly high 64% of annuity customers are just staying with their existing pension provider and not shopping around, according to the latest retirement income market data from the Financial...
Regulation roundup - February 2016
Our first priority this year, as it was in 2015, will be to maintain the successful roll out of auto-enrolment. In the first quarter of 2016, nearly 100,000 employers must enrol employees into a...
Chancellor to ban penal exit charges
The Chancellor George Osborne has announced an end to prohibitive charges faced by people looking to access their pension pot, with plans to place a duty on the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to...
In Brief February 2016
Cap tax relief The government is expected to retain the existing exempt, exempt, taxed (EET) structure for pension taxation, as the transitional implications of a shift to taxed, exempt, exempt (TEE
High earners: act before 6 April
Radical changes to pension schemes being introduced by the government could leave high earners with unexpected tax bills, warns Secondsight, the employee benefits arm of Foster Denovo. From 6 April...
64% of consumers fail to shop around for an annuity, says FCA
A disturbingly high 64% of annuity customers are just staying with their existing pension provider and not shopping around, according to the latest retirement income market data from the Financial...
AE: TPR reports a sharp rise in use of compliance and enforcement powers
As more and more smaller companies face auto-enrolment duties, there has been a corresponding rise in the number of statutory notices issued by the Pensions Regulator (TPR). Research shows that...
International news - February 2016
A roundup of recent worldwide news and developments in the pensions arena, by Anne Bennett, Mercer
Chancellor to ban penal exit charges
The Chancellor George Osborne has announced an end to prohibitive charges faced by people looking to access their pension pot, with plans to place a duty on the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to...
Regulation roundup - February 2016
Our first priority this year, as it was in 2015, will be to maintain the successful roll out of auto-enrolment. In the first quarter of 2016, nearly 100,000 employers must enrol employees into a...
International news - February 2016
A roundup of recent worldwide news and developments in the pensions arena, by Anne Bennett, Mercer
Schemes carry £1trn risks
UK defined benefit (DB) schemes have over £1trn of unhedged interest rate exposure, according to Hymans Robertson. This is despite the value of assets held in bonds nearly tripling over the past...
Refreshed Code could bring more freedom and choice to defined benefit pensions
Increased clarity about what represents good practice and how that will apply in future could bring more ‘freedom and choice’ to members of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes, Willis Towers Watson
Pension freedoms: no more normal, it’s pioneer territory
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has published Pension Freedoms: no more normal, the third report in its Understanding Retirement research series. It is the first major market-...
Pension freedoms: no more normal, it’s pioneer territory
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has published Pension Freedoms: no more normal, the third report in its Understanding Retirement research series. It is the first major market-...
AE: TPR reports a sharp rise in use of compliance and enforcement powers
As more and more smaller companies face auto-enrolment duties, there has been a corresponding rise in the number of statutory notices issued by the Pensions Regulator (TPR). Research shows that...
PPF seeks new administration and actuarial panel
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is seeking to procure a panel of specialist firms to provide administrative and actuarial services for its scheme assessment process. Building on the success of...
Pensions ISAs “could be George Osborne’s ‘Gordon Brown’ moment” – Steve Webb
In a hard-hitting speech at today’s annual conference of the Association of Consulting Actuaries, Royal London director of policy Steve Webb compared the Pensions ISA proposal to former Chancellor...
Pension schemes slow to embrace drawdown finds WTW
Nearly two-thirds (61%) of trust-based pension schemes have yet to provide access to a Flexi Access Drawdown Facility (FADF) for their members nearly a year after the Chancellor announced new pension
Regulation roundup - February 2016
Our first priority this year, as it was in 2015, will be to maintain the successful roll out of auto-enrolment. In the first quarter of 2016, nearly 100,000 employers must enrol employees into a...
International news - February 2016
A roundup of recent worldwide news and developments in the pensions arena, by Anne Bennett, Mercer
Chancellor to ban penal exit charges
The Chancellor George Osborne has announced an end to prohibitive charges faced by people looking to access their pension pot, with plans to place a duty on the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to...
Schemes carry £1trn risks
UK defined benefit (DB) schemes have over £1trn of unhedged interest rate exposure, according to Hymans Robertson. This is despite the value of assets held in bonds nearly tripling over the past...
High earners: act before 6 April
Radical changes to pension schemes being introduced by the government could leave high earners with unexpected tax bills, warns Secondsight, the employee benefits arm of Foster Denovo. From 6 April...
64% of consumers fail to shop around for an annuity, says FCA
A disturbingly high 64% of annuity customers are just staying with their existing pension provider and not shopping around, according to the latest retirement income market data from the Financial...
In Brief February 2016
Cap tax relief The government is expected to retain the existing exempt, exempt, taxed (EET) structure for pension taxation, as the transitional implications of a shift to taxed, exempt, exempt (TEE
Employees’ contributions lag behind
At least nine out of ten pension paying UK businesses are already contributing more to their employees’ pensions than the new auto-enrolment regulations will require them to from October 2017,...
ACA: huge challenges remain for pensions saving
The key findings of a major survey undertaken by the Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) underscore the huge challenges the Government still has to address in its stated strategy of encouraging
ACA: huge challenges remain for pensions saving
The key findings of a major survey undertaken by the Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) underscore the huge challenges the Government still has to address in its stated strategy of encouraging
Refreshed Code could bring more freedom and choice to defined benefit pensions
Increased clarity about what represents good practice and how that will apply in future could bring more ‘freedom and choice’ to members of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes, Willis Towers Watson
Pension schemes slow to embrace drawdown finds WTW
Nearly two-thirds (61%) of trust-based pension schemes have yet to provide access to a Flexi Access Drawdown Facility (FADF) for their members nearly a year after the Chancellor announced new pension
Employees’ contributions lag behind
At least nine out of ten pension paying UK businesses are already contributing more to their employees’ pensions than the new auto-enrolment regulations will require them to from October 2017,...
High earners: act before 6 April
Radical changes to pension schemes being introduced by the government could leave high earners with unexpected tax bills, warns Secondsight, the employee benefits arm of Foster Denovo. From 6 April...
64% of consumers fail to shop around for an annuity, says FCA
A disturbingly high 64% of annuity customers are just staying with their existing pension provider and not shopping around, according to the latest retirement income market data from the Financial...
In Brief February 2016
Cap tax relief The government is expected to retain the existing exempt, exempt, taxed (EET) structure for pension taxation, as the transitional implications of a shift to taxed, exempt, exempt (TEE
Chancellor to ban penal exit charges
The Chancellor George Osborne has announced an end to prohibitive charges faced by people looking to access their pension pot, with plans to place a duty on the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to...
Schemes carry £1trn risks
UK defined benefit (DB) schemes have over £1trn of unhedged interest rate exposure, according to Hymans Robertson. This is despite the value of assets held in bonds nearly tripling over the past...
Pension freedoms: no more normal, it’s pioneer territory
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has published Pension Freedoms: no more normal, the third report in its Understanding Retirement research series. It is the first major market-...
AE: TPR reports a sharp rise in use of compliance and enforcement powers
As more and more smaller companies face auto-enrolment duties, there has been a corresponding rise in the number of statutory notices issued by the Pensions Regulator (TPR). Research shows that...
Regulation roundup - February 2016
Our first priority this year, as it was in 2015, will be to maintain the successful roll out of auto-enrolment. In the first quarter of 2016, nearly 100,000 employers must enrol employees into a...
International news - February 2016
A roundup of recent worldwide news and developments in the pensions arena, by Anne Bennett, Mercer
Refreshed Code could bring more freedom and choice to defined benefit pensions
Increased clarity about what represents good practice and how that will apply in future could bring more ‘freedom and choice’ to members of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes, Willis Towers Watson
ACA: huge challenges remain for pensions saving
The key findings of a major survey undertaken by the Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) underscore the huge challenges the Government still has to address in its stated strategy of encouraging
PPF seeks new administration and actuarial panel
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is seeking to procure a panel of specialist firms to provide administrative and actuarial services for its scheme assessment process. Building on the success of...
Pensions ISAs “could be George Osborne’s ‘Gordon Brown’ moment” – Steve Webb
In a hard-hitting speech at today’s annual conference of the Association of Consulting Actuaries, Royal London director of policy Steve Webb compared the Pensions ISA proposal to former Chancellor...
PPF seeks new administration and actuarial panel
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is seeking to procure a panel of specialist firms to provide administrative and actuarial services for its scheme assessment process. Building on the success of...
Pensions ISAs “could be George Osborne’s ‘Gordon Brown’ moment” – Steve Webb
In a hard-hitting speech at today’s annual conference of the Association of Consulting Actuaries, Royal London director of policy Steve Webb compared the Pensions ISA proposal to former Chancellor...
ACA: huge challenges remain for pensions saving
The key findings of a major survey undertaken by the Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) underscore the huge challenges the Government still has to address in its stated strategy of encouraging
Refreshed Code could bring more freedom and choice to defined benefit pensions
Increased clarity about what represents good practice and how that will apply in future could bring more ‘freedom and choice’ to members of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes, Willis Towers Watson
Pension freedoms: no more normal, it’s pioneer territory
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has published Pension Freedoms: no more normal, the third report in its Understanding Retirement research series. It is the first major market-...
AE: TPR reports a sharp rise in use of compliance and enforcement powers
As more and more smaller companies face auto-enrolment duties, there has been a corresponding rise in the number of statutory notices issued by the Pensions Regulator (TPR). Research shows that...
PPF seeks new administration and actuarial panel
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is seeking to procure a panel of specialist firms to provide administrative and actuarial services for its scheme assessment process. Building on the success of...
Pensions ISAs “could be George Osborne’s ‘Gordon Brown’ moment” – Steve Webb
In a hard-hitting speech at today’s annual conference of the Association of Consulting Actuaries, Royal London director of policy Steve Webb compared the Pensions ISA proposal to former Chancellor...

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