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.
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.
Teachers' Pension Scheme - What happens next?
The substantial increases to contributions in the Teachers’ Pension Scheme (TPS) from September 2019 mean that many independent schools are faced with decisions about what pension benefits to offer their teaching staff for the first time. This webinar will consider what areas schools will need to consider when assessing and implementing their TPS strategy.
Webinar: CDC - The nuts and bolts
This week, the Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) has urged the government to kick-start the 'next great pensions revolution' with collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes. According to the WPC, CDC schemes could help return the UK's pension system to "among the best pension systems in the world".
First Actuarial has been at the forefront of developing how CDC schemes will work as we advise the Communication Workers Union in their discussions with Royal Mail.
In this webinar, our CDC experts, Hilary Salt and Derek Benstead, will explain their vision for CDC and how it can provide good pensions at a fixed cost.
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.