DC master trusts are becoming an increasingly popular vehicle for DC pension provision following the introduction of the authorisation regime and the ever-expanding requirements for DC governance. But what are the trips and traps that can arise for pension scheme trustees who are considering or implementing a transfer to a master trust, and what do trustees need to consider when carrying out such a transfer?
- How do the investment, commercial and governance look like and operate?
- How does working for a Master Trust differ from a DC scheme?
- Managing a scalable service with the bespoke needs of sponsors.
Veronica Humble, Head of DC Investment Strategy, Legal & General Investment Management
Savers do not think about their pensions in a vacuum and the seismic shock that COVID-19 has delivered to economies and societies has undoubtedly left its mark. Our latest research harnesses member views on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues today, compared to 18 months ago, we explore the extent to which COVID-19 has affected current and future financial well-being. Which generations and gender have been hardest hit and have events over the past year pushed ESG further up members agenda?
Matt Dodds, Sahil Sethi, Adam Price, Eduardo Chazan & Kevin Hollister
This session aligns with NextGen’s core mission to introduce fresh voices and ideas through showcasing the most interesting and innovative FinTech and PenTech ideas aimed at supporting peoples’ financial futures.
Converting the MNOPF £1.6bn longevity swap to a buy-inUzma Nazir | Pension Insurance Corporation, Shelly Beard | Willis Towers Watson, Rory Murphy, Chair of Trustees | MNOPF[[ webcastStartDate * 1000 | amDateFormat: 'MMM D YYYY h:mm a' ]]60 mins