Tag: Trustees

25
Jun

Hymans Robertson – Webinar: What does the financial landscape look like for the charity sector?

Register to join us and our guest speakers on 25 June at 9:30am, where we will be sharing insights on what we believe are the key financial challenges and opportunities for charities right now. You can expect to hear about: A deep exploration of how the Covid -19 pandemic has affected the charity sector – and focusing on how no two charities will have seen the

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26
May

Hymans Robertson (in partnership with Squire Patton Boggs) – Webinar: Understanding a buy-in contract

Signing a buy-in contract is one of the biggest things you’ll ever do as a trustee, so it’s important to understand the key components of the contract and know exactly what you’re signing up to. Register to join our webinar on 26 May, in partnership with Squire Patton Boggs, for a risk transfer and legal perspective on buy-in contracts. In particular,

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22
Apr

Hymans Robertson – Webinar: Buying your way out of the PPF

In our third webinar in our Risk Transfer – under the spotlight series, James Mullins will be joined by Michael Abramson and Jonathan Hazlett (Open Trustees Ltd). More and more pension schemes are entering Pension Protection Fund (PPF) assessment and are then going on to insure benefits higher than PPF compensation. This is a complex but important area, where trustee decisions and

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18
Mar

Hymans Robertson – Webinar: Are you considering a move to a DC Master Trust?

Over the last few years we’ve seen a rapid move from single trust-based schemes to Master Trusts. With this trend set to continue, we thought it would be helpful to run a webinar to help you understand what is involved in moving to a Master Trust. Join us on 18 March where we, in partnership with Helen Ball from Sackers, will share:

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17
Jun

Pension scheme design for higher education institutions

During this webinar, Paul Hamilton, Partner and Head of Higher Education, will get us to take a step back to think about pension scheme design from first principles, to explain how the different options (that he will outline) could work. This will show that there are more decisions to think about than just who bears the risk, including efficient allocation

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18
May

Hymans Robertson – Webinar: TPR’s Annual Funding Statement 2020

On 30 April, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) published their 2020 Annual Funding Statement for trustees and sponsors of defined benefit pension schemes. Register for our webinar on 18 May where our experts, alongside David Fairs from TPR, will share the key messages from the Statement and what this means for your scheme. This will be followed by a Q&A session. This year’s Statement

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27
Apr

Webinar: Opportunities and challenges for pension scheme risk transfer transactions

What do you need to consider if you are looking at the pension scheme risk transfer market in the current climate? It's no surprise that if you're looking to transfer risk to an insurer through buy-in, buy-out or longevity insurance, there’ll be an impact from COVID-19. Register for our webinar where our experts will chat about the challenges facing this market
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26
Sep

Hymans Robertson Risk Transfer Seminar

With around £30bn of buy-ins and buy-outs expected to be completed this year, pension scheme trustees and sponsoring employers are forever being told that it is a busy market. In fact, busy has almost become a buzz word for those involved with pension risk transfer. Register to join us at our annual Risk Transfer Seminar on 26 September, where we will

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18
Sep

Should an accredited professional trustee be required on every board?

Exclusive insight from the Trustee Survey –   Trustees are divided on whether a professional trustee should sit on every board. The early insight comes from the mallowstreet Trustee Survey, which is in partnership with the AMNT, PLSA and the PMI. The Survey is drawing to a close on 20th September but there is still time to have your say. 

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12
Sep

PLSA Trusteeship – Part 3: The Expert

This course is aimed at those who have been in their trustee role for two to three years, who are familiar with the basic principles of trusteeship and accustomed to attending trustee meetings – but who are keen to hone their skills and improve their effectiveness as a trustee.