The risks and opportunities arising from climate-related change are an area of increasing focus for pension trustees. But what can trustees really do given the scale of the challenge. David Fairs, The Pensions Regulator’s Executive Director of Regulatory Policy, Analysis and Advice explains how schemes can and must make a difference in the transition to a net zero economy.Continue reading
The dynamics of pension scheme cashflows change, and can change rapidly.Continue reading
For much of the twentieth century, private or workplace pensions meant defined benefit.
Making workplace pensions work is at the heart of what we do, but it’s also the job of those who fund and manage pension schemes.Continue reading
Here at TPR, when we are regulating DB schemes, we have to pull off a complicated balancing act. Parliament has given us a mandate to protect pension savers and the PPF.
In assessing the events of 2017/18, I’m reminded not just of the work of industry and TPR colleagues but of the excellence and the dedication my colleagues at the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) provide.
If you only had newspaper headlines to go on, you might be forgiven for thinking that private sector defined benefit (DB) pension schemes are about to reach the end of the road.