The money smaller schemes pay in actuarial fees is going further on a like-for-like basis, research from KGC Associates finds.
The number of transfers from defined benefit (DB) to defined contribution (DC) schemes has been lower than expected, according to the Financial Reporting Council (FRC).
Paying actuaries more money does not lead to better services for schemes according to PP research.
In this week's survey we want to know if the lack of regulation in master trusts is a problem and whether your scheme gets more value from paying higher actuarial fees.
Pension schemes paying higher actuarial fees are not getting better value for money from their providers, according to KGC's sixth actuarial fee and services survey.