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The Weekly Wrap: April 17 edition

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A round-up of pensions and investment stories published across the FT Group – from debt-stricken Detroit brokering a deal for its retired police and firefighters, to concerns over a fall in Eurozone inflation. 

The Cut: What reporting changes could mean for your scheme's financial statements

A catch-up on the statement of recommended practice for financial reporting issued for consultation today by the Pensions Research Accountants Group, including enhanced disclosure requirements on investment risk and valuation.

What overseas DC systems can tell us about the post-Budget landscape

The retirement flexibility brought about by the Budget has left many schemes wondering how to best implement the at-retirement options introduced.

NAPF: Timescale for Budget's DC reforms 'frighteningly short'

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Video: Joanne Segars, chief executive of the National Association of Pension Funds, discusses the implications of last month's Budget on schemes, including its retirement guidance guarantee, in the latest edition of Policymakers and Decision-makers (5:12).

TfL faces fresh demands for contract worker DB membership

TfL faces fresh demands for contract worker DB membership

Transport union RMT has reignited calls for all Transport for London employees undertaking work on a contract basis to be allowed to join its defined benefit pension fund.

Weekly Wrap: April 11 edition

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A round-up of pensions and investment stories published across the FT Group – from the Japanese government pension fund causing unease among investors, to the PPF facing a big financial hit from UK Coal.

LPFA boosts in-house investment team as it focuses on illiquids

The London Pensions Fund Authority is strengthening its in-house investment capabilities in order to reduce investment costs and diversify further into illiquid assets.

Selex empowers members on AVCs with website add-on

The Selex Pension Scheme has extended the functionality of its online pensions software as it seeks to drive engagement among its members.

Pension and Investment Provider Awards 2014: the shortlists

PIPA 2014 shortlists

Pensions Expert can reveal the companies shortlisted for the 15th annual Pension and Investment Provider Awards. The winners will be announced on May 21 at the Sheraton Park Lane Hotel.

Lafarge doubles contributions to cut deficit

LaFarge boosts contributions

Building materials manufacturer Lafarge has more than doubled its contributions to its UK pension fund after scheme and sponsor negotiated a beefed-up recovery plan to tackle the funding deficit.

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