IFoA: Actuarial advice lacks focus on sponsor's objectives

IFoA report finds high standard of advice but highlights scope for greater clarity

Martin Richmond
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IFoA: Actuarial advice lacks focus on sponsor's objectives

Actuaries who provided funding advice to sponsors of defined benefit (DB) schemes have not always focused on the sponsor’s specific objectives, according to research from the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA).

The Corporate pensions: Actuarial advice given to pension scheme sponsors on funding and strategy report, published today (19 April), found while advice provided by actuaries to sponsoring employer...

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