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On the go: HM Revenue & Customs has again declined to announce a new timeline for the guaranteed minimum pension reconciliation final data cuts, despite having promised that its next update would bring a string of delays to an end.




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Five stories you may have missed this week



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Think tanks call for permanent pensions commission



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Pensions commission would create durable policy



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Purple Book reveals DB risk up but PPF 'bigger and stronger than ever'




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Have investment managers improved their ESG approaches?




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We’ll be delving into key topics that matter most when running a DB scheme in tomorrow’s world, all whilst focusing on the practical - Join in on the discussion, and register here: in association with #MercerDBForum




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On the go: is to publish recommendations on trustee diversity and governance in February, as the watchdog set out its policy commitments for the early months of 2020.




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Members of the Post Office section of the Royal Mail Pension Plan may be in line to receive a windfall, with the trustee considering how to share a £28m surplus as the scheme moves to full buyout -




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Our exclusive webinar on the 's latest Purple Book starts in five minutes. Join us now to hear , Stephen Wilcox, and Lisa McCrory talk about the latest trends in the DB universe.


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If the Government wants to help people engage with their pensions, then it will need to make Simpler Annual Statements compulsory. The also needs this because so many firms will never upload electronically




Pensions experts have criticised a rumoured government policy to raise the tapered annual allowance threshold income, calling it a sticking plaster that will not solve the underlying problem. -



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Join us this morning at 10.30 for the launch of the 's latest Purple Book. Sign up here:




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He was one of my childhood heroes. Can't wait to see Greavesie the Movie!



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I’ve put together my thoughts on the urgency of resolving the NHS pension crisis and why the rumoured proposals to tinker with the taper thresholds will not work. I also suggest my own 10-point plan for urgent action. Read my blog -




On the go: More than 300 teachers are issuing claims to the employment tribunal relating to discriminatory changes made to their pensions in 2015.



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Jan 16

Treasury looks to 'raise tapered allowance to £150,000'



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Jan 16

The challenges of a self-sufficiency approach



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Simpler statements will boost engagement, says industry




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Government must usher in decade of AE renewal



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Jan 16

UK Pensions Awards 2020 - just 5 days left to enter




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How schemes can help meet the climate change challenge




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ACA calls on govt to set AE reform timetable



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Jan 16

There's still time to register for the launch of the latest edition of the 's Purple Book. Join , Stephen Wilcox, and Lisa McCrory tomorrow at 10.30 to hear about the latest trends in the DB landscape.




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📅 SAVE THE DATE: 30 April 2020 at for the Conference – register here and join the discussion:



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Editorial: New year, new attitude to ESG compliance? -


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The great inflation robbery: How RPI's end could sting trustees -




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Government urged to set timetable for AE reform implementation




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Parliamentary scheme fossil fuel divestment 'long overdue' - Lucas




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Treasury proposes raising AA threshold to £150,000



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Latest issue - 16 January 2020



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. has dismissed the idea of the Church of England employers reducing their deficit contributions, after a change in the valuation method used in one of its defined benefit schemes resulted in a shortfall decrease from £236m to £50m -




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Think you’re the of the Year? Why not win an award for your efforts, simply submit your entry here:

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It is more than slightly rich for the party which wanted Thomas Cook to be bailed out at taxpayer's expense now to criticise the government for merely deferring Flybe's APD bill.




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The appointment of First Actuarial follows a competitive tender process run by The Cheviot Trust, which is responsible for 15 DB schemes



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Jan 15

Don't forget to sign up to the launch of the 's 2019 edition of the Purple Book! Tune in this Friday from 10.30am to find out how the DB landscape has changed, and the key risks faced by schemes and the PPF. Register here:




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Post Office pension scheme plans buyout policy switch




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Via a range of speaker presentations, panel discussions and keynote addresses, we’ll explore what you’ll need to manage schemes in the future as well as showcase new developments within the pension space. Join in on the Conference here:



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December concludes turbulent year for DB transfer values




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The Cheviot Trust appoints First Actuarial as scheme actuary




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Pension investment in long income property to increase - Alpha




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Increase in AE workers slows in December



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CPI falls further to lowest level in over 3 years



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Jan 15

One in three expect to retire with debt



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Jan 15

Well those were the days when people might have been willing to listen. We are now waiting to see what kind of reality awaits. I hope my warnings prove incorrect because so many jobs depend on our industrial success




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Simpler pension statements must be compulsory




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Pension funds increasingly focused on long income property




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On the go: UK defined benefit schemes are inching towards being fully funded on the basis used by the , new figures from the lifeboat reveal.



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Data crunch: Forty-nine defined benefit schemes are in a parlous state with funding under 50 per cent of their liabilities, the latest data from reveals -




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⏰Only ONE month to go until the Pensions Age DB Forum – you don’t want to miss out: in association with


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Jan 14

OMG. I hope this isn't true! One of the biggest question marks on leaving the is how we manage national security when outside the current cross border networks that are part of membership


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Jan 13

Ros Altmann's fine speech on accepting the people's decision on Brexit

Ros Altmann's fine speech on accepting the people's decision on Brexit

"We must accept finite disappointment and live with infinite hope" . Ros Altmann urges the House of Lords not to stand in the way of Brexit - a prop...

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Well done Steve and sure you'll make a great contribution




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The former owner of BHS has failed in his challenge against a contribution notice issued by TPR around two years ago




On the go: Dominic Chappell has been ordered to pay £9.5m into two pension schemes related to the collapsed high street chain BHS -




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PPF 7800 deficit halves during December




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DB transfer values fall for fourth consecutive month




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If you’re wondering how to submit your entry for the then look no further, our how-to-enter guide contains all the information you’ll ever need:

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On the go: A survey of pensions professionals has uncovered concerns about the added cost burden placed on schemes by increasingly strict regulation -




On the go: A consultation on changes to the retail price index will be published alongside the UK Budget on March 11, the chancellor of the exchequer has announced -



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Find out what this year's Purple Book tells us about DB pensions at our exclusive webinar with this Friday. Register here



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Jan 14

Join us this Friday for the launch of the 's 2019 Purple Book, telling you everything you need to know about the DB landscape. Register for our exclusive webinar here:




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45% of people entering drawdown not taking income




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LCP appoints Sir Steve Webb as a partner




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Have your say: Should TPR be influencing scheme decisions on responsible investing?



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Jan 14

Dominic Chappell ordered to pay £9.5m into BHS pension schemes




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Charles Counsell: 2020 will be a year of positive change




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TPR to consult on DB funding code in March; Trusteeship plans in February




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IA warns WH Smith over executive's pension



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If you ever get a cold call think of three little word 'just hang up,;




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RPI reform consultation delayed until March




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Joint consultation on RPI/CPI changes delayed


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This ban won't stop him doing the same thing again in 6 years time. Surely this kind of behavior needs a lifetime ban. Consumer protection in financial Ser vices never seems to be paramount but in such cases at least surely it should be



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Sir Steve Webb to join LCP




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Work and Pensions Committee to be chaired by Labour MP




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Industry mostly dissatisfied with current direction of pensions policy



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Dominic Chappell ordered to pay £9.5m into BHS schemes




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Having notched up an impressive 35 years in the industry, 's enthusiasm remains undimmed, and has the Aegon public affairs director taking a new role as chair of The Investing and Saving Alliance’s retirement policy council -




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. ’ Jonathan Griffith discusses how the announced reform of the retail price index presents several challenges for pension schemes, but could also be a chance for trustees and sponsors to better adapt their inflation-hedging strategies -



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New calculations of an £11bn deficit for the Railways Pension Scheme have been dismissed by the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers, which has promised industrial action if new measures to plug the gap are imposed without negotiation -




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Why not join the discussion at the and get up-to-date knowledge and guidance that’ll help you to understand the different aspects of the sustainable investment market:

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How latest initial margin rules for OTC derivatives will affect schemes



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I believe that one day Anna Soubry will be proven to be right and many will owe her the deepest apologies. .


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We educate about the consequences of antisemitic, racist and hateful ideology in the past to make people think about their actions and reflect on our moral today. This is one of the reasons why . What is yours?


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13 January 1924 | A Czech Jewish woman Edita Kohnová was born in Prague. She was a student. She arrived at on 4 October 1944 from the ghetto in Theresienstadt. She did not survive.


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