DC governance

Aligning trustee activities with employer objectives should ensure value for money for members and employers, argues Richard Sweetman, Willis Towers Watson
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is again urging trustees of defined contribution (DC) schemes to comply with new pensions law or face a mandatory fine. The warning comes after Pitmans Trustees Limited,...
The Pensions Regulator’s new code of practice for defined contribution (DC) pension schemes, which sets out the standards that pension trustees need to meet to comply with legislation, has come into...
The SPP Defined Contribution Committee, building on work by Hogan Lovells and Prudential, has prepared two standard reporting templates to help defined contribution scheme trustees and Independent...
The Pensions Regulator is calling on trustees of defined contribution (DC) pension schemes to ensure they are on track to meet new requirements introduced in April following a change in the law. The...
A risk based approach is the best way to audit your internal controls, explains Paul Mead, Equiniti Paymaster
There is encouraging evidence from the National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) that DC default funds are reviewing and overhauling their design and governance to deliver good retirement outcomes...
The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) proposed Code of Practice for defined contribution (DC) pensions does not cover half the DC market and risks being counterproductive as well as  being overly...
The Pensions Regulator’s governance strategy
Seventy of the FTSE 100 companies now offer diversified growth funds (DGFs) as part of the fund range in their defined contribution (DC) pension schemes, up from 43 last year, according to Towers...