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What should trustees do after the EU referendum?

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What should trustees do after the EU referendum?

Yesterday we published a guidance statement for trustees of defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution (DC) pension schemes in light of the recent referendum vote in favour of leaving the European Union. 


Our key message to trustees and sponsors of occupational schemes is to remain vigilant and review their circumstances, but continue to take a considered approach to action with a focus on the longer term. This guidance statement sets out the key actions we are encouraging trustees to take.

Pensions and jobs protected by Halcrow agreement

We’ve recently published a report showing how we engaged with the Halcrow Pension Scheme and its sponsoring employer to help protect member benefits and jobs. 

The case highlights how we are able to work quickly to agree complex pension restructuring plans, called Regulated Apportionment Arrangements (RAA), if we have the co-operation of the parties involved and receive credible proposals. 


First scheme on GPP list

Aviva’s Company Pension is the first group personal pension (GPP) to appear on our new list, which opened for applications in April.


The new list sits on the employer’s section of the website, alongside a list of master trusts which are open to all employers and have been independently reviewed against the voluntary master trust assurance framework.

Chair’s statement fine

Trustees of the Abbey Manor Group Pension Scheme are the first to receive a fine after failing to prepare an annual governance statement, signed by the Chair. 

Our s89 regulatory intervention report describes how, even though the trustees informed us and promptly acted we were still legally required to issue them with the minimum mandatory fine of £500. 


New video and checklist to help you complete DC scheme return

We’ll shortly be sending out the DC scheme return. It’s a legal requirement to complete it, and this year it contains some important changes which we take you through in our new video and checklist for trustees.


The scheme return should not be confused with either the Pension Scheme Return required by HMRC or the declaration of compliance required for automatic enrolment. Remember, if the scheme return is not completed on time, the trustees or managers may be liable to pay a fine.
Delivering in a changing landscape – Annual Report published

We have published our Annual Report and Accounts. It outlines how we’ve performed in key areas, including automatic enrolment, where we’ve simplified information and communications for the hundreds of thousands of employers preparing to meet their duties.


It also details our approach to increasing the quality of, and confidence in, pensions. We’ve reached out to a new consumer audience with our refreshed scorpion scams campaign and been clear about the standards expected from trustees of DB and DC schemes and their sponsoring employers. 

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