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The defined benefit pensions challenge for companies

Companies of all sizes can benefit from taking a more proactive approach towards ensuring their pension scheme is well managed.  Learn how you can improve your business performance by managing your pension scheme effectively. 

Company: Legal & General | Published: 19 June 2017 | Business Area: Trustee

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Pensions – Getting more from your time and your budget

All too often senior company finance representatives and trustee boards become embroiled in the delivery of lower level decisions associated with running defined benefit (DB) pension arrangements. How can you get more tangible and impactful results from the resources spent on pensions?

Company: Aon Hewitt | Published: 15 September 2015 | Business Area: Pensions and Employee Benefits

5 tips for payroll professionals – from the employers who are complying with Auto Enrolment

Automatic enrolment is picking up pace, with around 32,000 businesses having staging dates in the 2014/2015 financial year alone. But what tips can be taken from the 10,000 larger employers who are already complying with automatic enrolment?

Company: IRIS | Published: 29 April 2014 | Business Area: Corporate Pensions

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Fiduciary Management for pension schemes by pension schemes.

This brochure introduces you to Mn Services, the services they provide and the benefits they can bring to you. It will explain what fiduciary management is, how it works and how it can help you, particularly in these difficult financial times when effective governance is more crucial than ever... view abstract

Company: Mn Services | Published: 26 May 2011 | Business Area: Corporate Pensions

Fiduciary Management: The governance solution for your pension scheme?

This paper discusses Fiduciary Management and looks towards better governance. For many UK defined benefit pension schemes, the past decade has been characterised by high levels of investment volatility, but ultimately disappointing returns. This has led to a renewed focus on the governance of the... view abstract

Company: Mn Services | Published: 26 May 2011 | Business Area: Corporate Pensions

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A hardy perennial: classification of corporate receipts and discovery principles

In October 2010 the First-tier Tribunal (Tax) reached a decision in the case of (1) Trustees of the Bessie Taube Discretionary Settlement Trust, (2) Trustees of the Raymond Taube Discretionary Settlement Trust and (3) Raymond Taube v HMRC. There were two points at issue: first, how a corporate receipt... view abstract

Company: Bircham Dyson Bell | Published: 10 May 2011 | Business Area: Inheritance Tax

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Pensions Fraud Risk Survey Report 2011

The Baker Tilly Pensions Fraud Risk Survey was commissioned to gain an understanding of the incidence of fraud in pension schemes and how trustees and pensions managers have responded to the risk of fraud. According to the National Fraud Authority, fraud costs the UK in general an estimated £38 billion... view abstract

Company: Baker Tilly | Published: 05 April 2011 | Business Area: Corporate Pensions

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