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The big issues facing the pensions advice and wealth management industries. Here you’ll find our news and views.

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13 May 2020

Opinion: Suspending deficit contributions as a reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic

The challenging trading conditions mean many sponsors are facing liquidity problems. Our survey of shows 12% have asked Trustees for suspensions in deficit contributions with more in the pipeline. But how is this being implemented and for how long – find out here.

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13 May 2020

Opinion: Modernising governance and operations

Hear our top tips for smooth running through the crisis, and how some of the large administration teams have adapted in practice.

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13 May 2020

Opinion: Managing the cashflow squeeze

Trustees and sponsors will now have a clear view of the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on their scheme’s funding position. But there’s a potential cashflow squeeze ahead which creates dangers for schemes that aren’t well prepared.

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15 Apr 2020

Opinion: DC Default Review - Weathering the Crisis

The impact on DC schemes can't be underestimated in the current crisis. We have reviewed some of the default strategies for the leading Master Trusts.

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15 Apr 2020

Opinion: Members need more attention

The immediate focus has been securing operations and the financial impact of the crisis. Attention should now turn to supporting members - providing them with the right information at the right time.

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15 Apr 2020

Opinion: Navigating the crisis

Pension schemes and sponsors are doing their best to navigate the pandemic day-to-day. But how can you come out of the other side of the crisis safely? We take a look at what the 'new normal' might mean for you.