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This week's articles include:
Administration: Trustee boards are not focusing enough on data issues despite the effect poor data can have on members, according to a PMI roundtable. Holly Roach reports
Industry: LCP has appointed its first CEO to support growth and innovation, both in its offering and in its workforce. James Phillips speaks to Aaron Punwani about the changes
CDC: Last month a roundtable looked at the future of CDC and whether master trusts are well-placed to provide such an arrangement. Kim Kaveh reports
GDPR: Claire Rankin and Brent Wright discuss what trustees should focus on in cyber secutiry
Interview: Chloe Priestley of PwC was named Trainee of the Year at the Professional Pensions Rising Star Awards. She speaks to Kim Kaveh about her journey
Redington is in the process of securing private equity backing from Phoenix Equity Partners for an undisclosed amount.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF), in partnership with Dun & Bradstreet (D&B), has published its plans for updated insolvency risk services and is consulting on its approach to insolvency risk measurement from 2021.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has published research on leverage and liquidity to better gauge the potential risks for defined benefit (DB) pensions and inform the Bank of England’s Financial Stability Report.
The first formal review of the Local Government Pension Scheme (Scotland) (LGPS) has revealed all 15 of its funds are in a strong financial position.
In this week’s Pensions Buzz, we want to know if you think defined benefit trustees should help their members source financial advice.