We provide long-term, practical care and emotional support tailored to the individual needs of people affected by a serious physical or mental health condition, disability, trauma or bereavement.
We will bring you up to date with the significant changes that will affect your next pension scheme valuation and the practical implications of the Pension Regulator’s Code of Practice and new risk management framework.
We will also assess the impact of the current low gilt yield environment on forthcoming valuations.Punter Southall’s team of specialists will provide practical guidance for trustees and employers.
You will also have the opportunity to discuss with other trustees and corporate sponsors how others are approaching their upcoming valuations.
– Understanding the implications of the new risk management framework
– How to obtain desirable outcomes from your negotiations
– Understanding how covenant impacts on the choice of valuation assumptions
– Achieving your de-risking and long-term goals
– Understanding the range of assumptions that can be used to assess your scheme’s liabilties
10:30 Close with coffee
10-11 Carlton House Terrace
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For trustees of defined benefit schemes
It is now over ten years since the Trustee Knowledge and Understanding (TKU) requirements were introduced. Since, then the range of topics that trustees need to understand has become much wider, with new concepts such as integrated risk management for trustees to grapple with, an ever greater choice of asset classes and investment approaches to consider and additional governance considerations for trustees to comply with.
9.30am to 4.30pm
Punter Southall Head Office