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    Towers Watson’s Corporate and Trustee Briefings bring together topical articles on current issues in pensions and wider employee benefits in the UK.
    UK corporate sponsors, pension scheme trustees and pension managers.
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    • UK pensions news headlines – December 2017
      Our monthly round-up of the latest developments in pensions. In this edition, we discuss the Finance (No.2) Act and the new Finance Bill, the Pension Regulator’s (tPR’s) quick guide to chair statements, scheme return information requirements and the extension to the Guaranteed Minimum Pension (GMP) deadlines. We also have a round-up of risk warnings on safeguarded-flexible pensions, new rules on master trust authorisation and National Employment Savings Trust’s (NEST’s) consultation on changes to scheme rules.
    • Secure income assets: UK infrastructure, real estate and illiquid credit
      An exploration into using secure income assets to access high quality, long-term inflation-linked cashflows with a higher expected return than index-linked gilts.
    • What can trustees expect in 2018’s valuations?
      Gareth Connolly says 2018 is the time for trustees to reconsider their schemes’ long-term objective, progress against it and how this is affected by transfers and contributions.
    • New duties on transaction costs set communication challenge
      Trustees face new duties to disclose transaction costs under draft regulations that are expected to come into effect in April 2018.
    • 2017: key pensions issues from the year
      Andrew Blain summarises the key themes for pensions in 2017 and looks ahead to 2018.
    • Pension versus property
      Richard Nicholas reflects on how ‘pension freedoms’ have changed the debate on pension versus property.
    • Helping prepare members for freedom in retirement
      David Bird shares the latest thinking on ‘at retirement’ support for members, based on observed member behaviour since the pension flexibilities were introduced.
    • Harnessing the power of diversity
      Zoe Burdo delves into the role of diverse trustee boards within the 21st century trusteeship framework to achieve better governance and member outcomes.
    • UK pensions news headlines – November 2017
      Our monthly round-up of the latest developments in pensions. In this edition, we discuss a new consultation from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) on disclosure of charges and transaction costs, its recent survey into how well the charge cap is working and the announcement that it will look after the Pensions Dashboard. We also have a round-up of surveys on ‘pension freedoms’, helpful HMRC guidance on money laundering, a Pension Protection Fund (PPF) consultation on contingent assets and a Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) consultation on financial compensation.
    • Proposed new rules for bulk DC transfers without consent
      Following the publication of the DWP’s consultation on bulk transfers between DC schemes without consent, Mark Dowsey discusses the proposals and explores how the consolidation of schemes should be a little easier from April 2018.
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