Saturday, 22 July 2017
Are we turning our back on meaningful change for defined benefit schemes? Charles Cameron, partner, Slaughter and May and Tim Morris, director, Hanover Communications examine the evidence
The high-profile withdrawal of Intelligent Pensions from the transfer market earlier this month pushed debates around current regulation to even greater heights
An increasing number of schemes are turning cashflow negative. Their de-risking plans and investment strategies need to take account of that
A pension scheme which provides its members with a pre-determined level of pension on retirement, usually a proportion of their salary relative to the number of years they have worked for the employer. 'Final salary' schemes are the most common type but other forms include career average schemes.