This week’s top stories include Punter Southall Aspire exiting the master trust market and Deloitte launching a consultation in plans to slash employer contributions for up to 12 months.
Punter Southall Aspire has announced it is withdrawing from the master trust market and would now begin a due diligence process to assess the master trust market to identify a suitable home for the scheme's membership and assets.
Deloitte has launched a consultation with employees in plans to slash employer pension contributions by nearly two-thirds for 12 months.
Pension scheme trustees considering requests by employers to delay contributions into defined benefit schemes need more stringent plans for how contributions will be ‘switched on' again, according to Lane, Clark & Peacock.
Mel Charles has been appointed as director of automatic enrolment at The Pensions Regulator, following Darren Ryder's departure earlier this year.
Border to Coast Pensions Partnership has hired three people to its investment team and two to its research team following a series of new fund launches.
Michelle Cracknell has won the Pensions Management Institute’s third student essay competition with an article on how data can be used to better segment and target member communications to improve engagement.
Independent trustee Michelle Cracknell was the winner of the PMI's third student essay competition. In her paper, she explains how data managed by schemes and providers to administer pensions could be used to better segment and target member communications...
The staff at Premier, along with their families and friends, have embarked on a challenge to walk 10,000km in a bid to raise £10,000 by 10 May.
The Pensions Management Institute has produced an industry guide to Covid-19.
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