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Pensions training

The challenge for employers and trustees

Pensions law and practice is constantly changing so it is essential that trustees, company directors and HR specialists undertake regular training in order to stay up to speed with the latest developments.

Pensions training for trustees, specialists, directors and HR

Pensions scheme trustees are required to have a knowledge and understanding of:

  • the law relating to pensions and trusts
  • the principles relating to scheme funding and investment

Trustees are also required to have a working knowledge of their scheme's governing documents. DC trustees must now report every year on what they have done to meet these requirements.

HR and finance specialists, pensions managers and company directors also need to know about the complex legal framework within which their company's pension scheme operates. Be it scheme funding and investment, governance matters, making changes to a scheme, auto-enrolment or how individuals can access their pension, it is vital that you are aware of your responsibilities.

We run introductory training courses to equip those involved in running defined benefit or defined contribution trust based schemes to run their scheme effectively.  We also offer the PMI's Award in Pension Trusteeship and our bespoke, in-house training.

Pensions briefings

Throughout the year we run a number of free pensions seminars around the country, which examine the latest developments in pensions law and practice. These seminars are aimed at trustees, company directors, HR professionals, actuaries and other pensions advisers and they are designed to give an insight into the hottest pensions topics.

For invites to these briefings please subscribe .

Annual pensions conference

Each year we run a pensions conference aimed at company directors, trustees, HR professionals and pension scheme advisers. Our conference is designed to provide delegates with an update on the key current and future issues affecting occupational pension provision in the UK. It also gives delegates an opportunity to hear the views of leading industry figures and to find out what other schemes are doing.

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