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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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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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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…
 
Podcast: Inflation is one of a number of concerns for the Pension Protection Fund, with post-Covid uncertainty tempering reaction to an otherwise positive set of results released in its annual report published on Monday. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Podcast: Climate change and environmental issues are front of mind for many pension schemes right now, but with the Covid-19 pandemic highlighting social inequalities at home and abroad, the social aspects of ESG investment cannot be ignored. For this episode of the Pensions Expert podcast, we talk to Stefan Lundbergh, director at Cardano, and John…
 
Podcast: The government mandating default funds be aligned with ‘net zero’ would be a way around concerns about fiduciary responsibility, but there are questions about what this would mean in practice. Stuart O’Brien, partner at Sackers, and Gareth Stears, pensions technical consultant at Aries Insight, discuss environmental, social and governance …
 
October 2021 – Focusing on the Pensions Consumer JourneyIn 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 John Foster and Anne Oliver to discuss the DC Pensions Consumer Journey, following up from their work on Aon’s response to a joint call for input from The …
 
In this episode, Beth Brown talks about the draft Regulations currently being consulted on which will change the regime for notifications that employers to defined benefit schemes need to make to the Pensions Regulator.על ידי Mayer Brown
 
In this episode, Beth Brown talks about the draft Regulations currently being consulted on which will change the regime for notifications that employers to defined benefit schemes need to make to the Pensions Regulator.על ידי Mayer Brown
 
The green bond market is forecast to hit $500bn (£366bn) by the end of this year, according to the Climate Bonds Initiative, while the UK government has just raised £10bn from its debut green bond issue. However, high demand and limited supply raises questions over pricing and yield, while the availability of suitable projects has ignited concerns …
 
Podcast: High inflation will spur more schemes to look to switch from the retail price index to the consumer price index, but there is still no way around the “rules lottery”. Eversheds Sutherland partner Stuart Earle and Aon partner Lynda Whitney discuss inflation, the botched attempt to raise the normal minimum pension age, and a new value for mo…
 
Podcast: With climate change becoming central to investment discussions, trustees also need to think about how similar risks can affect the strength of their scheme’s sponsor and its ability to stand behind the pension fund. In this podcast, Lincoln Pensions managing director Michael Bushnell explains what questions trustees need to ask, what to do…
 
In this episode, Beth Brown talks about new governance rules for defined contribution schemes as set out in The Occupational Pension Schemes (Administration, Investment, Charges and Governance) (Amendment) Regulations 2021, which come into force on 1 October 2021.על ידי Mayer Brown
 
In this episode, Beth Brown talks about new governance rules for defined contribution schemes as set out in The Occupational Pension Schemes (Administration, Investment, Charges and Governance) (Amendment) Regulations 2021, which come into force on 1 October 2021.על ידי Mayer Brown
 
Podcast: The negative reaction of the industry to the Pensions Regulator’s new code of practice shows what can happen if consultations are handled poorly, says Tim Middleton, director of policy and external affairs at the Pensions Management Institute. He is joined by Steven Taylor, partner at LCP, to discuss consultations, collective defined contr…
 
September 2021 – Focusing on Pensions DashboardsIn 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 Phil Cork to discuss Pensions Dashboards. What are they, when are they coming, and what does this all mean for pension schemes and their members?…
 
Podcast: The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association “could have died” from the financial damage wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic, and was only saved thanks to prudent long-term planning. Richard Butcher, managing director of PTL, reflects on his tenure as PLSA chair in an episode covering guaranteed minimum pensions guidance, master trusts and b…
 
Kim Gubler, chair of the Pensions Administration Standards Association, and David Saunders, partners at Sackers, discuss defined contribution consolidation, the Aon and Willis Towers Watson abandoned merger, new developments in the pensions dashboards project and the regulator’s review of schemes eligible for the Fraud Compensation scheme. See acas…
 
August 2021 – Focusing on marital assumptionsIn 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 Andy Harding and Richard Thornley to discuss why marital assumptions are becoming more important, and the range of options available to schemes when setting these ass…
 
Podcast: The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures requirements are a great opportunity for pension funds to set a strategy which helps them understand the financial risks involved in climate change, says Will Martindale, group head of sustainability at Cardano. He is joined by Joanne Segars, chair of the board of directors of LGPS Ce…
 
Podcast: Politicians and the pensions industry risk jeopardising the progress made on sustainable investing because they are too fond of jargon. Members are keen to get involved, but they have to understand what they are getting involved in. Georgia Stewart, chief executive of Tumelo, and Chris Hulatt, co-founder of Octopus Group, talk sustainabili…
 
Podcast: HM Treasury’s proposals to tap defined contribution schemes for its new Long-Term Assets Fund is not a bad idea, but problems with daily dealing remain, and it requires the kind of “rigorous” scrutiny applied to other new asset classes. PensionBee chief executive Romi Savova and Jonathan Parker, head of DC and financial wellbeing at Reding…
 
July 2021 – Focusing on DC consolidation 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 Gareth Marsh and Pranesh Gathiram to discuss DC consolidation, with a particular focus on the government’s recent response to last year’s consultation on delivering bette…
 
Podcast: A report from the Public Accounts Committee about the public sector pensions reform has showed that Treasury ignored advice that could have prevented the McCloud case, argues Ian Neale, co-founder of Aries Insight. He is joined by Sackers partner Claire Carey, in an episode also covering industry consultation fatigue and the new Task Force…
 
The Pensions Ombudsman has declared schemes should have their transfer and due diligence procedures updated within a month of new anti-scams guidance. Compliance will require a huge amount of administrative time and resources, and trustees should give scheme administration more focus. LCP partner Francesca Bailey and Pensions Management Institute p…
 
Reaching your final destination: A transaction and beyondIn the final podcast in our series on the Journey to Settlement, Karen Gainsford speaks to John Baines of Aon and Rhian Littlewood of Phoenix Group about the point in a scheme’s journey towards settlement when they are likely to be ready to transact. When should schemes request insurance quot…
 
June 2021 – Focusing on ESG and Implementation Statements 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 Kate Charsley and Gareth Doyle to discuss some of the investment issues currently facing trustees, including the looming deadline for Implementation Sta…
 
Podcast: Police officers, who have complained about the ramifications of the government’s McCloud remedy, face a difficult battle to get their plight rectified, in another case where inadequate policy and communications has created damaging uncertainty for members. Quietroom development lead Joe Craig and Taylor Wessing senior associate Hadassah Sh…
 
Making sure you have a full tank of fuel: Asset preparation along the journeyIn the third podcast in our series on the Journey to Settlement, Karen Gainsford speaks to Aon’s investment experts Lucy Barron and Ross Mitchell about actions you can take, and things to keep in mind, when preparing your assets on your journey to settlement. The discussio…
 
Podcast: UK pension schemes are too often under-allocated to China and missing out on the significant opportunities presented by its continued growth and development. There are, however, lingering environmental, social and governance concerns around investing in the “nominally communist” state, says RisCura investment consultant Lars Hagenbuch. He …
 
Planning your route: Strategy and efficient governanceIn the first podcast in our series on the Journey to Settlement, Karen Gainsford speaks to Michael Walker at Aon and Hugh Creasy at BESTrustees about the end game targets available to schemes, and the steps trustees and companies should take to ensure they start their journey to settlement headi…
 
In the second podcast in our series on the Journey to Settlement, Karen Gainsford speaks to Andrew Cooper and David Bunkle to find out what member options and support for decision making can be made available through pension schemes, how this compares with options following settlement, and how the concept of a “member journey” is an important part …
 
May 2021 – Focusing on supporting members on financial mattersIn 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 Madalena Cain and Dyfan Jones to discuss the new guide from the FCA and TPR on how trustees and employers can provide support to members on financial…
 
Podcast: Illiquid asset classes might seem attractive in theory, but there would be difficulties establishing them in a defined contribution pension portfolio, even if all the regulatory burdens were removed. Brian Henderson, partner and director of consulting at Mercer, is joined by Shola Salako, professional trustee at Dalriada, to discuss altern…
 
In this episode, Beth Brown talks about the Pensions Regulator's draft policy on its approach to the investigation and prosecution of the avoidance of the s75 debt and conduct risking accrued scheme benefits criminal offences.על ידי Mayer Brown
 
Podcast: The Treasury should create a fund to help schemes cope with the administrative load of the McCloud remedy. So says Ray Martin, director at HS Sole Trustees, who is joined by Pensions Administration and Standards Association chair Kim Gubler to discuss TPR’s new climate change agenda, the NAO’s warning about the burdensome McCloud judgment,…
 
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