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DB scheme return update

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DB scheme return update

DB and hybrid schemes are now receiving their DB scheme return to complete. Our checklist will guide schemes through the new questions and let them know what information they’ll need to complete them.



All schemes eligible for compensation by the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) must provide their scheme information to us via the scheme return so we can pass the relevant scheme information as at 31 March 2016 to the PPF for their purposes.


New LinkedIn showcase page for trustees 

If you’re a member of LinkedIn, why not join our Trustee showcase page to keep up to date with the latest news for trustees and interact with your colleagues?

Our page features all our latest videos, articles, research and tips for trustees on issues such as staying scamproof, appointing a covenant adviser, taking an integrated approach to risk management, as well as what we’re doing to support trustees.
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Three new non-executive directors

We recently announced the appointment of three new non-executive directors to our Board by the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.

Tilly Ross and Sarah Smart joined the Board on 1 February, followed by Margaret Snowden OBE on 9 May. The appointments are for four years.

You can learn more about our Board here.


Mental health pledge

We recently joined a growing number of companies who have signed the Time to Change employer pledge. Time to Change is England’s biggest anti-stigma programme and was set up to create a positive shift in public attitudes towards mental health problems. You can find out more here.

 
 
 

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