Our pensions webinars are designed to keep you informed of the latest issues impacting the sector.

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Our pensions webinars are designed to keep you informed of the latest issues impacting the sector.

Watch them with the links below:

Covenant assessment services

Coronavirus, TPR Annual Funding Statement and Covenant

This webinar looks into the TPR guidance regarding coronavirus, the practical steps and actions arising, and how the it impacts covenant monitoring and assessments. 

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technology consulting

Cyber risk awareness during covid-19 – pensions schemes

COVID-19 has forced organisations to shift rapidly to remote working at scale. This has had a significant impact on both IT infrastructure requirements and the attack surface. As organisations become increasingly dependent on third parties and our expectations grow regarding having data at our fingertips, we are also widening the boundary of cyber risks and threats. We look at the impact on the pensions sector and why it is much more at risk than other industries.

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Tax Voice

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS): Pension Contributions – Risk Areas

This webinar focuses on contributions and the complexities of ensuring the deduction is correct, in line with CJRS rules and that the amount claimed is right. The one question that we keep getting asked is ‘how can I be sure that I am deducting contributions under the CJRS and is the grant claim correct in respect of contributions’. We will be covering the importance of managing and continue to manage the evolving risks, what these risks are and how they can be addressed.

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DC Schemes Managing Risk – COVID 19

At this point in time, most Trustees are undoubtedly aware of their key DC priorities. However, it is important to manage and continue to monitor evolving risks.The pensions industry and TPR have produced some informative guidance around managing risks of COVID-19 and continue to do so. Trustees should keep up to date with this and seek professional input that is specific to their scheme arrangement, to fulfil their statutory duties in how best to protect members.

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Pension schemes and going concern

This webinar looks at why going concern should be on the minds of trustees, and what that means in terms of their interaction with their auditor on the subject of going concern.

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Mind the expectation gap

Are trustee boards really investing in pension scheme governance and how is risk prevention being prioritised?

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RSM operates out of 34 offices across the UK, more than any other accountancy firm. RSM isn’t just a UK firm - we are also the 6th largest audit, tax and advisory network in the world. RSM is headquartered in London and has over 41,000 people in more than 120 countries worldwide. We advise on a full range of business matters, from statutory audit, VAT, corporate and personal tax planning and compliance through to corporate finance, risk management and regulatory advice. RSM is proud of its large and well-established pensions practice. We work with over 400 pension schemes, ranging from the smallest individual arrangements to large schemes of Stock Exchange listed companies. Our client base includes: · 1 scheme with assets over £5bn; · 10 schemes with assets between £2bn and £5bn · approximately 30 schemes with assets between £500m and £2bn; · just over 300 schemes with assets less than £500m; Nationally, our specialist pensions group includes 15 partners and directors, 28 managers, and over 90 professional staff spread across seven centres of excellence – London, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow, Bristol and Gatwick. We are also the accreditation provider used by the Pensions Administration Standards Association.

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