COVID-19 continues to challenge the pension industry. Charles Counsell, The Pensions Regulator’s Chief Executive, explains what defined benefit trustees can expect from the regulator and how to prepare as the economic impact of the coronavirus continues to hit schemes and sponsoring employers.
As The Pension Regulator’s home city Brighton gears up for its first virtual Pride, chief executive Charles Counsell explains why diversity and inclusion in pension schemes has never mattered more.Continue reading
COVID-19 has brought unprecedented challenges to trustees.Continue reading
We’re all getting used to reduced freedom in the fight against COVID-19.Continue reading
From fighting pension scams to tackling Environmental, Social, and Governance, 2020 will be another fast-moving year of change full of positive opportunities and challenges we must all strive to meet.
The power of three is celebrated around the world as a way of grabbing and holding people’s attention.
At a time when savers have more flexibility than ever over their pensions, it is inevitable that scurrilous criminals hellbent on stealing people’s retirement pots are circling.
It was as I was coming back to Brighton from my home in Somerset last weekend that it finally dawned on me.
The roll out of automatic enrolment has been accompanied by a succession of doom-laden prophecies that haven’t come true.
I lead the automatic enrolment team at The Pensions Regulator. Our objective is to maximise employer compliance with automatic enrolment duties.