Monthly Archives: November 2016

News for week ending 25 November

No big pension surprises in Autumn Statement, FCA proposes significant changes to asset management market, whilst Diageo faces the threat of strike action over pensions in the run up to Christmas.



News for week ending 18 November

The Regulator publishes a new report on the DB pensions landscape, inflation steadies whilst FCA and DWP confirm restrictions on DC early exit charges.


News for week ending 11 November

The National Statistician favours CPIH over CPI, the Select Committee urges scrapping of triple lock whilst ICI Specialty Chemicals insures £140 million of liabilities.



News for week ending 4 November

Regulator launches BHS enforcement action, Court of Appeal upholds Barnardo’s judgement whilst Uber ruling has potential AE implications.



Front foot works

Over the last four years bac has enjoyed solving an increasingly diverse set of problems for companies managing defined benefit schemes. If there’s a common theme to draw out, it’s that being “on the front foot” makes a huge difference to the outcome.

In this Perspective, Leonard Bowman illustrates why front foot works, with reference to some of bac’s recent projects.