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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 d ...
 
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. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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.
 
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.
 
The Month in Pensions discusses the latest developments in the UK pensions world with insight from the Pensions team at international law firm Gowling WLG. 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 someth ...
 
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Podcast: The absence of auto-enrolment reform from the Queen’s speech means the government will be hard-pressed to meet its middle-of-the-decade deadline to achieve it. The priority should be getting the most important parts done as quickly as possible, and introducing the rest of the 2017 reform proposals enacted longer-term. Sackers partner Helen…
 
May 2022 – Focusing on current market conditions and investment outlook. In this podcast you will hear the key pension news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Ricky Marsh.This month Ricky is joined by Aon’s Tapan Datta to discuss current market conditions. What’s causing them, how should investors respond, and how might things develop in the f…
 
Podcast: High levels of volatility around inflation will force trustees to “take a bet” on the future, as it is very difficult — absent a crystal ball — to predict inflationary pressure and its impact on scheme liabilities, says Pension Playpen chief executive Steve Goddard. He is joined by Cardano managing director Emily Goodridge to discuss infla…
 
Podcast: Industry consensus is needed to support a “pot follows member” solution to the small pots problem, previous attempts to solve it having failed, says Henry Tapper, executive chair of AgeWage. He is joined by Tom McPhail, director of public affairs at the Lang Cat, to discuss small pots, commercial consolidators, and more McCloud woe for the…
 
April 2022 – Focusing on DC outcomesIn this podcast you will hear the key pension news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Ricky Marsh.This month Ricky is joined by Aon’s Steven Leigh to discuss the increasing focus on adequacy and outcomes for DC schemes, including actions DC schemes can take to improve outcomes for their members.Further infor…
 
Natural capital can improve scheme returns but trustees should not forget to consider their fiduciary duties of being able to pay pensions in the future and have a defensive investment strategy, argue Alina Donets, portfolio manager at Lombard Odier Investment Managers, and Stuart O’Brien, partner at Sackers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o…
 
Podcast: A light Spring Statement on pension topics meant that important issues such as financial education and support for institutional investors are still missing from the government’s agenda, argued Callum Stewart, head of defined contribution investment at Hymans Robertson, and Charlotte O’Leary, chief executive and executive director at Pensi…
 
Podcast: Expanding auto-enrolment is a great idea in theory, but with sky-high inflation, a cost of living crisis and the potential for a global recession to exacerbate it, is now the right time to pursue it? LCP partner Mary Spencer and Cartwright’s director of investment consulting Sam Roberts debate the merits, discuss pension schemes’ reaction …
 
March 2022 – Focusing on the latest Pensions Dashboard developments In this podcast you will hear the key pension news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Ricky Marsh.This month Ricky is joined by Aon’s Paul McGlone and Becky McGowan to discuss the DWP’s consultation on the draft regulations for Pensions Dashboards, including a closer look at w…
 
Podcast: Pension schemes can extract returns from investing in wind and solar energies while dialling back on exposure to fossil fuels. Lombard Odier’s Michael Urban and the University of Oxford’s Matthew Ives examine the opportunities out there for schemes to capitalise on the renewable energy transition. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-…
 
Podcast: The intent behind universal charges on default funds is sound, but the method — such as the introduction of flat fees — risks harming the master trust sector and restricting access to pensions, according to The People’s Pension’s director of policy Phil Brown. He his joined by his colleague, head of pensions policy Tim Gosling, to discuss …
 
Podcast: Auto-enrolment could bring significant benefits to the young, the low-paid and women, and the government must commit to a date to expanding coverage, according to Now Pensions’ head of PR and campaigns, Samantha Gould. She is joined by Linklaters pensions partner John Sheppard to discuss AE, pensions dashboards, and illiquid investments by…
 
February 2022 – Focusing on net zero targetsIn this podcast you will hear the key pension news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Ricky Marsh.This month Ricky is joined by Aon’s Jennifer O’Neill and Guy Saintfiet to discuss what “net zero” really means for pension schemes, the barriers to progress and the different approaches schemes can take …
 
Podcast: As the Pension and Investment Provider Awards 2022 have opened for submissions, Barnett Waddingham’s Danielle Markham and Teneo’s Simon Kew — two of this year’s judges — give some tips on what applicants can do to maximise their chances of winning. LCP’s Stephen Budge, the architect of an award-winning entry last year, explains his strateg…
 
In this podcast in our series on the Defined Benefit Pension Risk Survey UK results, Polly Cripps asks Aon's cyber expert Paul McGlone about the actions you can take, and things to keep in mind, when protecting your scheme from Cyber risks. You can take a free self-assessment here to check the resilience of your pension scheme: www.aon.com/cybersco…
 
In this podcast in our series on the Defined Benefit Pension Risk Survey UK results, Polly Cripps speaks to Aon's governance expert, Susan Hoare, about how DB schemes managed operational effectiveness during the pandemic and how trustee boards organised themselves during this time. What does this mean for the future? Susan talks us through the diff…
 
In this podcast in our series on the Global Pension Risk Survey - UK results Polly Cripps speaks to Rupert Kotowski and Jennifer O’Neill about pension scheme investments and the themes coming out of the survey including long term targets and the derisking journey. They also look at how ESG and climate change is considered when derisking. What does …
 
Hoge Raad: het formulier 'Melding betalingsonmacht' is maar één manier om persoonlijke aansprakelijkheid te ontlopen (link) & na een overgang van onderneming kan de oude werkgever niet meer verplicht worden pensioenschulden te betalen, maar haar bestuurders wel! (link)
 
Podcast: The focus on defined contribution scheme offerings must “fundamentally shift” from costs to value for money in 2022 if better outcomes are to be achieved. Darren Philp, director of policy and communication at Smart Pension, and Mike Ambery, partner at Hymans Robertson, discuss the DC outlook, expanding auto-enrolment, and reforming Solvenc…
 
Podcast: The time when schemes would award mandates and walk away has come to an end, since asset owners now need to have a fairly dynamic relationship with managers to make sure achieving net zero targets is possible, argues Thomas Höhne-Sparborth, head of sustainability research at Lombard Odier Investment Managers. He is joined by Marion Maloney…
 
In The Month In Pensions for December 2021, Ian Chapman-Curry looks at what a return to working from home and the broader shift to agile working means for the pensions industry. We then look over some of the key developments that have made the headlines in the world of pensions in December 2021, including: Deadline reminder for trustees to submit c…
 
In this podcast in our series on the Global Pension Risk Survey - UK results Polly Cripps’ guests are Andy Fryer and Lauren Ramsey. With the survey results showing that for the first time buyout is a more popular target than self-sufficiency – what does this mean for members? We hear about how schemes are tackling the challenge of GMP equalisation …
 
A significant proportion of the UK’s working population is struggling to save for retirement, and the Covid-19 pandemic has only worsened the situation. In this podcast, Now Pensions’ head of PR and campaigns Samantha Gould and the Pensions Policy Institute’s senior policy researcher Lauren Wilkinson talk us through the findings of a recent researc…
 
Podcast: Local Government Pension Schemes looking to divest from Israel should do so on grounds of sustainability and fiduciary responsibility, not because of politics and personal morality, says Richard Butcher, managing director of PTL. He is joined by Ian Neale, Aries Insight co-founder, to discuss divestment, defined benefit funding and ageing …
 
Als alles volgens plan verloopt, zal op 1 januari 2023 de Wet Toekomst Pensioenen in werking treden. Er is veel aandacht voor pensioenfondsen maar erg weinig voor werkgevers met pensioenregelingen ondergebracht bij verzekeraars. Maarten Minnaard spreekt met Jan-Olivier Kuijkhoven van KWPS over wat werkgevers straks en ook nu al kunnen doen. De bela…
 
Desert Island Risks: Defined Benefit Pension Risk podcast seriesIn this series of podcasts, Polly Cripps casts Aon’s experts away to a desert island with a copy of the Global Pension Risk Survey - UK results where they have ample time to read the results and consider the risks that DB pension schemes are facing. The podcasts include some interestin…
 
December 2021 – Focusing on the Aon UK DC Pension TrackerIn this podcast you will hear the key pension news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Ricky Marsh.This month Ricky is joined by Aon’s Matthew Arends and Andy Greaves to discuss the Aon UK DC Pension Tracker. This is a new tool designed to measure the overall health of DC members’ savings…
 
In this series of podcasts, Polly Cripps casts Aon’s experts away to a desert island with a copy of the Global Pension Risk Survey - UK results where they have ample time to read the results and consider the risks that DB pension schemes are facing. The podcasts include some interesting examples and some top tips at the end.Highlights from the Glob…
 
Podcast: The dispute between doctors, firefighters and the Treasury over who should bear the costs of the McCloud remedy could have implications beyond the directly affected schemes, damaging trust in pensions, and lowering member morale. Hymans Robertson partner Michael Ambery and Quietroom co-founder Mark Scantlebury discuss McCloud, the statemen…
 
In The Month In Pensions for October 2021, Ian Chapman-Curry looks at what the Autumn budget and spending review covered on pensions (or, rather, what it didn't cover). In this month's interview, Ian Gordon takes us through two key cases (Britvic and Axminster), judgments for which were handed down in June. We also look over some of the other devel…
 
November 2021 – Focusing on InflationIn this podcast you will hear the key pension news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Ricky Marsh.With the news being increasingly dominated by inflation, this month Ricky is joined by Aon’s Lynda Whitney and Derry Pickford to discuss the impact of rising inflation on pension schemes, including the implicat…
 
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