Implications of today’s announcement for DB pension schemes
In yesterday’s Autumn Statement, the Chancellor announced a consultation on some potentially significant changes to how companies’ defined benefit pension obligations will be valued.
In this paper we discuss the strategic case for investing in emerging markets, in particular exploiting long term economic growth in these markets to enhance returns. We also discuss the diversification potential of emerging market investments.
It looks increasingly likely that the Consumer Prices Advisory Committee will recommend some change to the RPI calculation methodology. In this short article, we discuss the implications of these changes for UK defined benefit pension schemes.
In this short article, we discuss possible changes to the way inflation is measured in the UK and the implications for DB pension schemes.
As the global economy continues to de-leverage, the next decade looks likely to be a period of weak growth and low interest rates, punctuated by bouts of heightened instability and crisis.
Today's announcement by the UK Pensions Regulator brings some disappointment, but also some breathing space for trustees and sponsors.
With a significant wave of early DC pension scheme members now approaching ‘middle age’, we discuss the importance of understanding the different stages of a member’s route to retirement and the investment risks that they are exposed to, particularly in the crucial later stages of accumulation.
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