Webinar: Current pension issues for social housing providers
Taking steps to understand and control pension costs and risks has grown in importance for social housing providers in recent years. Our webinar will help you understand the key current issues across all of the sector’s main pension arrangements.
The webinar will last around 40 minutes and there will be the opportunity to ask questions of First Actuarial’s experts who advise more than 100 associations across the UK.
Webinar: How real is your pension deficit?
Pension scheme deficits continue to make the headlines and many companies will be approaching their 2017 actuarial valuations with trepidation. However, behind the headlines it is not all doom and gloom for UK pension schemes. Asset values are up and the expected pension payments from schemes are largely unchanged. Our webinar will provide practical guidance on how to approach your next valuation and assess the true position of your pension schemes finances.
Webinar: Should transfer values be offered at retirement as a matter of course?
Transfer values from final salary schemes are in the news for all sorts of reasons. Many employers and trustees are considering offering transfer values at retirement as a matter of course, either as a liability management tool or in order to provide members with the full range of options. What are the issues that employers and trustees should consider if they are planning to do this?
Webinar: What do interest rate rises mean for your pension disclosures?
Our pensions accounting webinar will consider what the recent rate rise has done to financial markets and what this means for pensions accounting deficits. Our webinar will also discuss the other key areas to consider when preparing your financial accounts so they can be presented in the best possible light to your stakeholders.
Webinar: What now for the Growth Plan?
The next actuarial valuation of the Growth Plan (run by TPT Retirement Solutions takes) place as at 30 September 2017. Our webinar will consider what the valuation results may show and what this means for the costs and risks to participating employers.