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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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    • DB member choice survey 2019
      Willis Towers Watson’s DB member choice survey 2019 confirms the continued popularity of members being provided with options and support.
    • Are the longevity funding gains coming to an end?
      2018 was another bad year for pension scheme life expectancy. 2019 has, however, begun more positively and raises the question, ‘are longevity funding gains coming to an end?’
    • How could the pensions industry work better for the younger generation?
      To find out what millennials think about pensions, you could do worse than ask a millennial. This is why Willis Towers Watson recently chaired a question and answer session with Laura Whateley, author of Money: A User’s Guide and a self-described ‘older millennial’. A freelance journalist who has written for the Times and the Guardian among others, Laura brings a fresh, new perspective to a topical issue.
    • Reinventing UK pensions: the Royal Mail CDC case study
      A case study on Royal Mail’s intended new Collective Defined Contribution (CDC) pension scheme - how it came about, the intended design, and what’s next for CDC in the UK
    • Taking stock of the 2019 DB Annual Funding Statement
      In a recent Willis Towers Watson webcast the Regulator’s David Fairs provided an insight into the thinking behind the DB annual funding statement
    • UK pensions news headlines – May 2019
      Our monthly round-up of the latest developments in pensions.
    • Fiduciary management in a post CMA world
      We explore fiduciary management in a post CMA world, and how intermediaries help trustees to appoint the right manager based on their investment beliefs.
    • Doing disclosure well
      New requirements to put certain scheme disclosures in the public domain put the onus on trustees to bridge the gap between technically correct disclosures and information that can provide a basis for members and their advisers to act.
    • Loneliness and The Silver Line
      Esther Rantzen outlines how The Silver Line is tackling the loneliness epidemic with over ten thousand calls a week helping older people
    • Managing robust portfolios in an uncertain world
      Tom Brooke-Smith considers our 2019 Five-Year Capital Market Outlook and what it means for institutional investors
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Corporate and Trustee Briefing
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