This week’s top stories included XPS Pensions revealing the best and worst performing fiduciary managers in Q1, while the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association has published a template to help defined contribution trustees with annual chair’s statements.
The fiduciary managers that made the strongest gains through high equity allocations in 2019 also sustained the biggest losses during the first quarter of 2020, research by XPS Pensions reveals.
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association has published a drafting template to help defined contribution scheme trustees produce their annual chair's statements.
Barnett Waddingham non-executive chairwoman Elizabeth Renshaw-Ames has been named as trustee chairwoman of Aviva Master Trust.
Almost three-quarters of FTSE 100 defined benefit pension schemes were in surplus on an accounting basis as the coronavirus hit, according to Lane Clark & Peacock.
Senior clinicians within the NHS Pension Scheme will receive extra assistance to adjust their pension accrual to fit within tax allowances.
Employers will be required to pay a proportion of furloughed staff costs from August, Rishi Sunak has announced today.
Professional Pensions’ expert panel discusses how defined contribution (DC) default strategies will change following the crisis.
The Society of Pension Professionals is looking to make dynamic changes in a bid to stand out from the growing number of trade bodies catering for a dwindling audience.
Pension savers could see a faster recovery of monies lost during the Covid-19 pandemic by increasing contributions ahead of a market rebound, according to research from PensionBee.
The number of deaths registered for week 20 (9 May to 15 May) of the year in England and Wales is slightly higher than the figure for week 19 due to a backlog of registrations.