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.
NHS Pension Scheme Webinar
First Actuarial and NHS Employers are working together to explore the new proposed flexibilities of the NHS Pension Scheme. This webinar will describe these flexibilities, and also give an overview of the scheme’s current benefits and costs. Our webinar is for anyone working in the NHS with access to the NHS Pension Scheme. First Actuarial will be presenting the webinar and it will last around 40 minutes, including time to complete an online survey. Please note that the webinars at 12pm and 1pm will be identical.
Pension cost accounting in challenging markets
Remember, remember the fifth of November – the date of First Actuarial’s upcoming webinar on pension cost accounting!
Corporate bond yields have fallen to record lows over the past few months and our webinar will consider what this means for your pension cost accounting position ahead of the end of 2019.
We’ll also discuss how other changes in the pensions world might affect your year-end results and discuss the key areas you should consider when preparing your disclosures this year.
The webinar will be held at 1.30pm on Tuesday 5 November and will be presented by Rob Hammond, John Ingoe and Sam Mullock. It will last around 40 minutes and there will be the opportunity to ask questions of First Actuarial’s experts.
Pension regulation – a safe landing?
We invite you to our latest seminar for pension scheme trustees and business leaders, jointly hosted by RSM, Stevens & Bolton and First Actuarial.
In the wake of high-profile sponsor failures, the regulatory environment for Defined Benefit schemes is changing. The Pensions Regulator promises to make it “clearer, quicker, tougher”. Donald Fleming of RSM, Gabrielle Holgate of Stevens & Bolton and Marcos Abreu of First Actuarial discuss what this means for trustees and sponsors of Defined Benefit schemes.