Plus: DWP plans general levy hike, schemes urged to equalise GMPs
Folksam and Skandia say changes under discussion risk reducing pension savings
Employers may have to do more to close pensions gap in C+ rated UK, says consultancy
The new Pension Schemes Bill provides for schemes to be compelled to supply data
Women and self-employed in particular need more flexibility
Business model of Denmark’s statutory pension fund ‘under pressure’, say CBS academics
Pensions bill to cover greater powers for regulator and frameworks for CDC provision and pension dashboards
Finansinspektionen invites parties to speak at 14 October deadline meeting
TPR’s policy lead says reporting requirements ‘start to change behaviour’
Guy Opperman wants to compile a record of SIP principles to monitor compliance with new requirements and highlight best practice
Billing argues that high risk-free capital requirements could lead to weak protection
Coverage ratio down by four percentage points in third quarter, consultancy reports [updated]
Outside the realm of US public pension plans, where generous return assumptions and inflated discount rates are common, the medium and long-term outlook for asset classes is of serious importance to most pension funds.
Anyone who back in 2008 had accurately predicted what monetary policy would look like today would certainly have been regarded as unhinged.
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