Neil Wilson, Industry Liaison Manager - Communications, The Pensions Regulator
Richard Soldan, Partner, Lane Clark Peacock
Darryl James, Administration Manager, Xafinity Consulting
Ben Fisher, Senior Consultant - Actuarial, XPS Pensions Group
Re-enrolment and contribution increases
This session will look at re-enrolment in auto-enrolment schemes, looking at how you can tie auto-enrolment in with your organisation’s remuneration package and how you set contribution levels.
Local Government Pensions Schemes
This session will discuss the LGPS deficit and how this fallen deficit will affect charities involved in the schemes. It will also cover how charities can exit LGPS.
This session will look at multi-employer schemes and give an update on the Deferred Debt Arrangement.
Governance of Defined Benefit Schemes– reducing your charity’s risks
Defined benefit pension schemes can have a significant impact on a charity’s finances. It is essential that organisations manage the risks that relate to their pension schemes. This session will explore the risks, the controls you can apply, and a range of practical steps you can take to manage your charity’s cash contributions and reduce your risk whilst working effectively with pension scheme trustees.
Richard Soldan, Lane Clark Peacock
Exiting defined benefit schemes
This case study will give an example of a charity that has exited a defined benefit scheme, how they went about the process, the challenges they faced and the impact exiting the scheme had on the organisation.
Pensions and HR Benefits Fraud
The Charity Commission will give an update on how pensions and benefits fraud can take place, how an organisation can safeguard against it and what to do if fraud takes place.
Darryl James , Punter Southall
Chair’s close and end of conference