In this edition of Pension Clicks, we share the latest pensions news and views in In Sight and release the findings of our latest Member Options Survey. And don't miss your chance to register for our Pension Conference Series, which you can attend in person or virtually.
On The Horizon
To help with planning, our On the horizon summary provides a reminder of some of the key legislative and regulatory developments expected over the coming year.
Our quarterly summary of pensions issues covers pensions dashboards, a consultation on DC investment and consolidation, the latest changes arising from the Pension Schemes Act 2021, and a round-up of other news.
Our fifth annual Member Options Survey collated the views of over 300 pension schemes. Building on the results of previous years, it continues to focus on the level of support available to members at retirement and the changes schemes plan to make over the next year.
2022 Hybrid Pension Conference: Managing Risk and Supporting Members
Tuesday, 7 June 2022, Leeds
Thursday, 9 June 2022, London
Tuesday, 14 June 2022, Birmingham
Thursday, 16 June 2022, Bristol
Tuesday, 21 June 2022, Edinburgh
The 2022 Pension Conference Series is a hybrid, multi-city event throughout the month of June.
Whether you decide to attend in person or join from the comfort of your own desk, this free conference will offer you the opportunity to hear experts’ views and ideas on how to manage DB and DC pension schemes – and will give you a space to learn from and network with peers.
Book an in-person place here. Book a virtual place here.
Offering Support to DC Members
Sophie Moore and Richard Cook consider how to support DC members in their retirement decisions. This article was first published in Pensions Age.
Wealth Solutions Podcast May 2022 – Focusing on current market conditions and investment outlook
Key pension news from the last month summarised by Ricky Marsh. This month Ricky is joined by Tapan Datta to discuss current market conditions, focusing on what’s causing them, how investors should respond, and how the market may evolve in the future.
Aon Risk Settlement specialists are joined by experts from Eversheds Sutherland, JUST and Pension Insurance Corporation, to discuss what sub-£100m schemes can do to differentiate themselves, ensuring that they are best placed to attract insurer attention.
Aon experts are joined by Margaret Snowdon to discuss the new transfer regulations and how trustees can better protect their members from pension scams. We also delve into current topical issues such as how schemes can better support members in a period of high inflation and provide insights from our first completed GMP conversion and Pension Increase Exchange exercise.
For investors, flexibility is key to navigating continued complexity and uncertainty, and achieving investment objectives. Fiduciary management has evolved to offer that flexibility and enable better investment decision-making.
At this webinar, hear from Aon and industry experts about how fiduciary management can be used in many different forms.
Our latest Global Pension Risk Survey demonstrates how schemes are evolving their risk management policies to cover a wider range of risks as they continue their journey. This webinar talked through the survey findings.