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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 ...
 
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. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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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 ...
 
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.
 
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February 2023 – Focusing on Aon’s DC Today researchIn 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 Steve Leigh and Karina Klimaszewski to discuss the findings from Aon’s first DC Today survey, which looks at how DC schemes and members are reacting to current econom…
 
In this week's episode of V-FM: Pensions, Nico and Darren chat to former Pensions Minister Gregg McClymont about politics, pensions, scale and, of course, value for money.โดย vfmpensions
 
In this special episode of V-FM: Pensions your hosts Nico Aspinall and Darren Philp talk about the DWP's DC pensions value for money consultation launched on Monday 30th January 2023. Is it a hit or a miss? Will it move the VFM dial in DC pensions?โดย vfmpensions
 
Nico and Darren talk to Amanda Latham who used to work at the Pensions Regulator and now works on strategy at the consultancy Barnett Waddingham. A wide ranging chat including talking about how Amanda got into pensions, the use of offsets, and an idea to set up a new national pensions service to provide more support and help to people in managing t…
 
Nico and Darren talk to the one and only David Farrar who worked on workplace pensions at the Department for Work and Pensions for 7 years. We chat to David about his time at DWP and his role in the various VFM initiatives that we are still discussing now (including the charge cap).โดย vfmpensions
 
Nico and Darren talk to David Butcher, independent trustee, about his story, value for money and the role that mindfulness plays in David's life from both a personal perspective, but also in terms of how it leads to better outcomes and decision-making.โดย vfmpensions
 
When two pension geeks have an idea (developed over a few pints) to start a Podcast on value for money in pensions: V-FM. In this Pilot Episode Nico Aspinall and Darren Philp chat about value for money and why they have set up this weekly show. Next week Darren and Nico will be joined by our first guest, David Butcher, Trustee of the Scottish Widow…
 
Podcast: Biodiversity is a nascent theme for environmental, social and governance-focused investors, offering pension schemes the opportunity to invest for good and diversify their portfolios. Should pension schemes allocate capital towards this space? Newton Investment Management head of sustainable investment Therese Niklasson and NatureAlpha fou…
 
Podcast: The war in Ukraine, inflation and slowing global growth have sparked uncertainty over the global economy. More than ever, investors will need to understand the drivers that will influence markets over the coming year. Listen to this podcast to gain insight on the outlook for 2023 and how to approach specific asset classes from John Mullins…
 
December 2022 – Focusing on longevityIn 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 Tim Gordon and Matt Fletcher to discuss the latest developments in the world of longevity, including experience over 2022 and the outlook for the future.…
 
Ahead of this year’s UN climate conference, discussions over the responsibility of the world’s richest countries towards developing economies have intensified. Emerging markets’ contribution to climate change is minuscule, but they are disproportionately hurt by its effects. Think of the catastrophic droughts, floods and hurricanes directly linked …
 
London mayor Sadiq Khan wants more power and financing for cities so they can deal with and find solutions to climate change. Cities, after all, are responsible for over two thirds of emissions and local administrations, says Khan, are seen as the “doers”, while national governments are the “delayers”. He thinks that mayors should be part of the UN…
 
Was the Bank of England right to intervene in gilt markets in the autumn, as hell broke loose across markets? Cartwright director of investment consulting Sam Roberts makes the case against the central bank’s bond-buying programme. The Lang Cat director of public affairs Tom McPhail, meanwhile, shares his thoughts on the Autumn Statement and the fu…
 
Silvia and Alison Taylor of NYU Stern School of Business look into the language of sustainability and find it still has a pretty loose grammar and highly convoluted syntax. Most native speakers do not even agree on a common interpretation of environmental, social and governance factors. The good news is: more of us are trying to learn this language…
 
Philip Shucksmith, a portfolio manager in Newton Investment Management’s real return team, and Martina Macpherson, head of ESG product management within the Financial Information Business Unit at SIX, discuss pension schemes and their path to net zero, debating how green investment in different asset classes works, along with the question of labell…
 
November 2022 – Focusing on the Risk Settlement market 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 Lisa Varley and Jamil Merali to discuss the latest developments in the Risk Settlement market, including the impact of recent market volatility and how tra…
 
The current political and financial climate has made fixed income markets volatile and uncertain around the world. However, taking an active approach may help build resilience to potential headwinds while gaining greater exposure to the opportunities that arise. Listen to this podcast to gain insight from Gordon Harding, PIMCO fixed-income strategi…
 
Confused about sustainability? You’re not alone. Environmental, social and governance factors, or ESG, are increasingly a headache for business, finance and world leaders alike. Now even policymakers are creating rules to govern this space. It’s hard to keep up and make sense of it all. So let us help you by sharing some of the most interesting vie…
 
Podcast: Andy Cheseldine, professional trustee at Capital Cranfield and chair of the Small Pots Co-ordination Group, joins Pensions Expert to look back at a heady few weeks for the pensions industry. He explains how the recent market turmoil affected his day job, what it means for schemes, and gives his thoughts on the recent Pensions and Lifetime …
 
Podcast: Newton Investment Management head of sustainable investment Therese Niklasson and Aegon head of responsible investment Hilkka Komulainen discuss how schemes can transform investment teams to drive environmental, social and governance thinking. The pair debate how ESG fits into broader leadership, and the impact of high boardroom turnover o…
 
Het is één van de vragen bij o.a. wijzigings- en medezeggenschapstrajecten (dus/maar ook bij de aankomende Wtp-transitie): moet je als pensioenuitvoerder controleren of de arbeidsvoorwaardelijke pensioenovereenkomst (rechtsgeldig) is gewijzigd?
 
Podcast: The gilt market “doom cycle” that briefly seemed to threaten the existence of UK pensions may not have been as bad as the apocalyptic media coverage made out, and there is no need for the Pensions Regulator to take a greater role regulating liability-driven investments. Dalriada Trustees director David Fogarty is joined by Sam Roberts, dir…
 
October 2022 – Focusing on the impact of the mini-BudgetIn this podcast you will hear the key pension news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Ricky Marsh.This month, with contributions from Aon’s Tapan Datta, Tim Lock and Maria Johannessen, Ricky looks at the fallout from the new Chancellor’s mini-Budget, including the market reaction and how …
 
Podcast: Former pensions minister Guy Opperman can boast a number of achievements from his time in office. But he was too easily sidetracked away from the bigger issues, such as under-saving in defined contribution schemes, and towards trivialities such as the statements season. LCP partner Sir Steve Webb gives his view on Opperman’s time as minist…
 
Podcast: Staff shortages and ever-growing waiting lists have left the NHS at “rock bottom”, but the government “has its head in the sand”. Changes to the pensions taxation regime are essential to fix the problem, argues Vishal Sharma, pensions committee chair at the British Medical Association. He is joined by Mark Bondi, council member at the Soci…
 
September 2022 – Focusing on Pensions AwarenessIn this podcast you will hear the key pension news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Ricky Marsh.This month, to coincide with Pension Awareness Week, Ricky is joined by Aon’s Karina Klimaszewski and Alex Hadonou to discuss how schemes can raise awareness of pensions issues among their members, an…
 
Podcast: A report from XPS Pensions suggests that members could reap £10,000 additional benefits by delaying retirement because of the way increases and inflation are calculated, but trustees are struggling to help them because of the “red tape” around advice. LCP partner Laura Amin is joined by Hymans Robertson partner Patrick Bloomfield to discus…
 
Members should be able to consider dipping into their pensions early to combat the cost of living crisis, but schemes may struggle to educate them about the best means of doing so without giving them advice. Society of Pensions Professionals president Steve Hitchiner is joined by AgeWage chief executive Henry Tapper, founder of the Pension Playpen,…
 
August 2022 – Focusing on default investment strategies for DC membersIn this podcast you will hear the key pensions news from the last month summarised by Aon’s Ricky Marsh.This month Ricky is joined by Aon’s Joanna Sharples to discuss default investment strategies for DC members, with a particular focus on the approach taken to this in Aon’s DC M…
 
Podcast: The consultation into the defined benefit funding code by the Department for Work and Pensions hints at a prescriptive regime to come, but the Pensions Regulator must improve on its “rubbish” code of practice draft, according to Zedra client director Richard Butcher. He and Hymans Robertson partner Laura McLaren discuss the next steps, str…
 
Podcast: The Department for Work and Pensions has been clear about the intent of regulations governing transfers, and providers continuing to delay them are doing their members a disservice, argues PensionBee founder Romi Savova. She is joined by Penfold co-founder Pete Hykin to discuss the ongoing transfer fight, the fallout from pensions minister…
 
July 2022 – Focusing on the impact of increasing yields on LDI strategiesIn 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 Colin Cartwright to discuss the impact of the recent increases in bond yields on Defined Benefit pension schemes, with a particular focus…
 
Podcast: A difficult balance must be struck where schemes are considering discretionary increases: alleviating the cost of living crisis for some members will have to be weighed against the needs of the current workforce. Aon partner Lynda Whitney is joined by Tim Middleton, director of policy and external affairs at the Pensions Management Institu…
 
Podcast: The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association’s 2022 local authority conference unearthed the challenges facing the Local Government Pension Scheme and its employer members, including affordability, engagement and policy reforms. Recorded from the conference floor, Pensions Expert was joined by PLSA’s head of defined benefit, LGPS and inve…
 
June 2022 – Focusing on the impact of high inflation on membersIn 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 John Foster and Lynda Whitney to discuss the impact of the current high inflation environment on members of both Defined Contribution and Defined Be…
 
Podcast: The absence of auto-enrolment reform from the Queen’s speech means the government will be hard-pressed to meet its middle-of-the-decade deadline to achieve it. The priority should be getting the most important parts done as quickly as possible, and introducing the rest of the 2017 reform proposals enacted longer-term. Sackers partner Helen…
 
Podcast: High levels of volatility around inflation will force trustees to “take a bet” on the future, as it is very difficult — absent a crystal ball — to predict inflationary pressure and its impact on scheme liabilities, says Pension Playpen chief executive Steve Goddard. He is joined by Cardano managing director Emily Goodridge to discuss infla…
 
May 2022 – Focusing on current market conditions and investment outlook. 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 Tapan Datta to discuss current market conditions. What’s causing them, how should investors respond, and how might things develop in the f…
 
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