Pensions Planner – September 2020

The latest edition of our quarterly Pensions Planner is here. Click on the image below to download your copy. The Planner and our handy timeline will help you keep up to date with the latest developments in pensions law and practice and identify the key pensions issues that your scheme or organisation needs to address in the … Read more

Webinar: Public law for pension professionals

On 16 September 2020, we hosted a webinar on public law for pension professionals . The matters that pension professionals deal with will often bring them, either directly or indirectly, into the legal framework which governs the actions of public authorities. This can be anything from considering the validity of: regulatory action taken by the … Read more

DWP turns up the heat on climate risk requirements for UK pension schemes

The DWP has launched a new consultation, in which it is seeking views on proposals to require trustees of large occupational pension schemes, authorised master trusts and schemes offering collective money purchase benefits to have an effective system of governance, monitoring and risk management relating to climate related risks and opportunities in place from 1 … Read more

HSF Pensions Round Up – 31 July 2020

Here is a round-up of our recent pensions blogs and briefings. We have also included links to some of the firm’s recent webinars which we think may be of interest. To keep track of our latest updates, check out our UK pensions blog. Read more

Pension Disputes Bulletin – July 2020

Welcome to the latest edition of our quarterly pension disputes bulletin. In this edition we cover: recent cases on data and cyber security, GMP equalisation, ill health early retirement and investment issues key legislative and regulatory developments in response to Covid-19, including the recent changes to the UK insolvency regime, pensions related guidance and the … Read more

Trustees beware – Changes to UK insolvency regime are now in force

The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020, which contains the most far-reaching reforms to UK insolvency law in over 30 years, received Royal Assent and came into force at the end of last week. The Act has been introduced on an emergency basis in an attempt to ensure that otherwise financially viable companies survive during … Read more

New rules for Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme apply from today

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) opened for claims on 20 April 2020. The scheme, which was originally due to end on 31 May, will remain in place and be available to employers in all sectors through to the end of October 2020. However, a number of changes will apply from today (1 July 2020). … Read more