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We can guide you through the heightened focus on DC governance and the drive to improve member outcomes.
Our national DC team is integrated within our pensions practice, and include specialists in DC communications and investment.
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Recent radical pensions changes announced on Budget day mean that members will be more empowered, including those in most defined benefit schemes, to access their retirement benefits in ways that best suit their needs. But they will need support from their employers and scheme trustees to finally achieve this. here we talk you through the changes, providing our views, a two-page communication for you to send to your employees and a Budget toolkit to help you develop an action plan.
The changes announced in this year's Budget will bring about major changes to the way pension schemes are able to provide their benefits. With interim measures already in place, and more drastic changes effective from April 2015, employers should start to act now.
The Regulator is turning its spotlight firmly on the governance of workplace DC schemes. Here we have set out the features that a good DC scheme will be measured against and how KPMG can assist you in complying.
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The Government has issued the long awaited outcome to the charge cap consultation. We provide a summary and our views on the areas covered in the response.
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KPMG in the UK
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