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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.
 
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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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…
 
In this episode, Beth Brown talks about the new authorisation and supervision regime for collective money purchase schemes set out in draft Regulations which are currently being consulted on.Mayer Brown による
 
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.Mayer Brown による
 
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,…
 
April 2021 – Focusing on TPR’s new consolidated Code of Practice 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 Susan Hoare and Sarah Butlin to discuss The Pensions Regulator’s long-awaited consultation on bringing ten of its existing Codes of Practice toget…
 
Podcast: The Pensions Regulator’s policy around the use of its controversial new powers “will evolve” in response to evidence, court cases and industry experience, its director of regulatory policy, analysis and advice, David Fairs, has revealed. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In The Month In Pensions for March 2021, Ian Chapman-Curry looks at the wave of consultations that have been released by government departments and The Pensions Regulator. In this month's interview, Liz Wood explains the impact that the Pension Schemes Act 2021 will have on employers that sponsor defined benefit pension schemes. We also look over s…
 
The final podcast in our series on Aon's DC pension and financial wellbeing employee research 2021 looks at getting retirement right. What are pension members expectations vs. reality? John Foster is joined by Ben Roe and James Collier to discuss options around member advice at retirement and how to help schemes meet these challenges.We would be ha…
 
Podcast: For master trusts, onboarding gig economy workers who could be entitled to a pension following the Supreme Court’s Uber verdict is not as simple as it may sound. Hymans Robertson’s Patrick Bloomfield, partner, and senior DC investment consultant Victoria Panormo unpack the problem, in an episode also covering the Pensions Regulator’s draft…
 
The fourth podcast in the series on Aon's DC pension and financial wellbeing employee research 2021 looks at investing for the right pension outcomes. John Foster speaks with Jo Sharples and Chris Inman about developments in investment strategies to help members to achieve better outcomes at retirement, as well as addressing the growing focus on re…
 
Podcast: Wednesday’s budget did not go far enough to counter the “reckless conservatism” in the defined benefit landscape when it comes to risk and growth assets, hampering the government’s drive to unleash pensions on the post-pandemic recovery, according to Conservative party peer baroness Ros Altmann. She is joined by Isio partner Mike Smedley i…
 
In The Month In Pensions for February 2021, Ian Chapman-Curry looks at a survey of defined benefit scheme trustees that suggests the age of the quarterly trustee meeting is over. We also look over some of the other developments that have made the headlines in the world of pensions in February 2021, including: Government issues further consultation …
 
March 2021 – Focusing on cyber riskIn 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 Vanessa Jaeger to discuss their new report on the state of cyber risk in the pensions industry, which is based on data collected from over 100 schemes.Further …
 
Financial Wellbeing is addressed in our third podcast in the series on Aon’s DC pension and financial wellbeing employee research 2021. John Foster talks to Oliver Walker and Debbie Falvey about supporting members with their financial wellbeing and the challenges faced by both employers and employees.We would be happy to talk to you about the findi…
 
Podcast: The current law governing transfers is not fit for purpose and there are too many bodies involved in handling pension scams, according to Work and Pensions Committee chair Stephen Timms. Pensions Expert podcast has ranked third on the 'Top 15 Pension Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021' from Feedspot. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt…
 
Our second podcast in the series on Aon’s DC pension and financial wellbeing employee research 2021 looks at Pension strategy and long-term objectives. Aon’s John Foster speaks to Ben Roe and Tony Pugh to address some of the challenges schemes are facing in supporting their members.We would be happy to talk to you about the findings, to put them in…
 
In this introductory podcast to the series on Aon’s DC pension and financial wellbeing employee research 2021 John Foster speaks to Ben Roe and Steven Leigh about the results of the survey and what you can expect to hear about in future podcasts.We would be happy to talk to you about the findings, to put them into context for your own DC plan membe…
 
Podcast: The government’s “revolutionary” plans to tackle climate change “ain’t half prescriptive” when it comes to pensions investments, and will require a “step change” in governance to achieve. So say Stuart O’Brien, partner at Sackers, and ITS director Tegs Harding, who also discuss the consequences of another row at the Universities Superannua…
 
February 2021 – Focusing on the new Pension Schemes Act 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 Matthew Arends and Ahmed Ali to discuss what’s in the new Pension Schemes Act and what it means in practice for trustees, sponsoring employers and the res…
 
Welcome to the 2021 pensions podcast series. In this episode, Beth Brown talks about two Pensions Ombudsman determinations. The first being about financial loss after maladministration has been corrected and the second relating to an employer’s failure to pay an employee’s deducted contributions to a pension scheme.…
 
In The Month In Pensions for January 2021, Ian Chapman-Curry focuses on the legislation that will become the Pension Schemes Act 2021. At the point of recording, the Pension Schemes Bill 2019 – 21 was on the cusp of receiving Royal Assent so this episode focuses on what it will mean for pension scheme trustees and employers. When enacted, the Pensi…
 
Podcast: New criminal provisions in the Pension Schemes Act are so broadly drafted that they could strangle legitimate business activity, potentially resulting in unnecessary bankruptcies. So says Arc Pensions Law partner Jane Kola, who, along with Society of Pension Professionals president James Riley, warn about the potentially dire consequences …
 
Podcast: Economic uncertainty from the pandemic and the aftereffects of Brexit, solving the small pots problem and consolidation in the defined contribution universe, and yet more environmental, social and governance regulation are the themes to watch out for this year. These are the predictions for the pensions industry in 2021 from Marc Hommel, s…
 
In The Month In Pensions for December 2020, Ian Chapman-Curry focuses on the key trends and developments that will dominate the world of pensions in 2021. With a backlog of legislative, regulatory and policy developments, 2021 promises to be a busy year for anyone working in the pensions industry. The Pensions Schemes Bill 2019 – 21 will see change…
 
In this episode, Beth Brown talks about the recent High Court decision in the Lloyds Bank pensions case on guaranteed minimum pension equalisation and what it means for past transfers-out.Mayer Brown による
 
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