The aim of the session is to give practical tips to trustees and employers on dealing with the ‘new-look’ Pensions Regulator, both in general funding and in potential moral hazard situations.
Clive Pugh, Partner
Richard Pettit, Partner
WHO IS IT FOR?
Trustees and employers.
A BRIEF SYNOPSIS OF WHAT THE SESSION WILL COVER
- Recap on areas which require engagement with the Regulator (both in business as usual and potential ‘moral hazard’ situations)
- Brief overview of the changes proposed in the recent DB White Paper and associated consultations
- Practical tips on effective engagement with the Regulator
- Consideration of brief case studies
- Insights into our recent experiences with the ‘new look’ Pensions Regulator
ATTENDEES ARE LIKELY TO TAKE AWAY THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS
- Recognise what a ‘clearer, quicker, tougher’ Pensions Regulator means in practice, both in day-to-day and potential ‘moral hazard’ interactions
- Differentiate between aspects of the White Paper which are an extension of current practice and those which are a genuine departure
- Be aware of ‘red flags’ which require engagement with the Regulator
- Identify practical tips to assist in dealings with the Regulator
WHEN AND WHERE IS THIS TEACH-IN?
16:30-17:30 on Monday 12 November 2018 at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association's new offices in London - 24 Chiswell Street, Moorgate, London, EC1Y 4TY
Registration from 16:15
Non-members-£100 + VAT (per meeting)
- FREE TO MEMBERS -
- EARN CPD CREDITS -
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