DC Deferreds - challenges, solutions and legal insight

The number of deferred scheme members has increased significantly since the introduction of automatic enrolment and as a result of the abolition of short-service refund lump sums. For pensions sponsors with a DC remit, the ongoing fiduciary duty to deferred members - who have not only left the scheme but usually left their employer - falls within their remit and can be a key challenge.

Capita Employee Benefits and Pinsent Masons LLP hosted a joint seminar on 17 January 2017 to explore these issues and provide insight on how sponsors can resolve them.

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Anish Rav

Anish Rav Head of DC Proposition & Strategy Capita Employee Benefits

Gary Smith

Gary Smith Head of DC Consulting Capita Employee Benefits

Event details

  • Understanding of the options - comparing Master Trust with Section 32, also known as 'buyout' policies
  • We provided guidance on actuarial certification and practical tips on how you can ensure your project runs successfully
  • Expert legal perspective on the considerations of transferring to a master trust
  • A valuable networking opportunity

Registration - 15:00

Session starts - 15:30,

Session finishes - 17:00 followed by drinks, nibbles and networking

Location: Pinsent Masons LLP, 30 Crown Place, Earl Street, London EC2A 4ES

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