Our webinar will discuss some of the key issues for companies to consider as they begin to plan for their 31 December 2018 year-end pension accounting disclosures. This will include developments in assumptions, funding levels and accounting practice.
Current pension issues – An update for sponsoring employers
This webinar will provide an update on pension developments and new legislation. We’ll include the new implementation statement on shareholder voting, required for most pension accounts from October 2020, and the new DB funding code, expected to come into force next year.
We will discuss what these changes mean for sponsoring employers of Defined Benefit (DB) company schemes.
The webinar takes place on Tuesday 20 October from 3pm to 4pm, and features expert speakers from First Actuarial and Barnes Roffe LLP.
How long does it take independent schools to change pension strategy?
In this 45-minute webinar, independent school specialists from First Actuarial and Gowling will look at the practicalities of changing pension strategy. The escalating costs of pension provision make this a pressing issue for many schools. We will discuss how to carry out a change of pension strategy efficiently while taking full account of the underlying complexities.
Managing longevity risks for smaller Defined Benefit schemes
How should trustees of smaller Defined Benefit schemes respond to significant changes in the bulk annuity market this year?
In this 45-minute webinar, First Actuarial’s specialist consultants will discuss:
❖ How smaller Defined Benefit schemes can understand and measure longevity risk
❖ What these schemes can do to get maximum engagement with insurers
❖ The latest developments in the bulk annuity market.
Navigating the SHPS valuation results
Our webinar will explain the 2017 valuation results for the Social Housing Pension Scheme (“SHPS”) in detail and what they mean for employers and members.
Dale Walmsley and Peter Norman will be presenting, with Sam Mullock acting as chair. It will last around 45 minutes and you will have the opportunity to have your questions answered by our housing association pension specialists.