Latest articles from Ruth Bamforth

How to ensure your MNT selection process is right for your scheme

Ruth Bamforth

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to selecting member nominated trustees, says Ruth Bamforth at Walker Morris.

What charities can do to address DB affordability

Ruth Bamforth

When it comes to addressing the affordability of charity defined benefit pension funds, Ruth Bamforth at Walker Morris recommends a proactive and open approach.

The corporate view: Final salary, Care or DC?

Ruth Bamforth

Ruth Bamforth at Walker Morris looks at corporate attitudes to pensions and the many ways in which pension provision differs depending on sectors, affordability and regulation. 

What to expect on pensions from the new government

Ruth Bamforth

Ruth Bamforth from Walker Morris looks at some of the pensions policies we might see more of under a new government.

What a hard Brexit would mean for pensions

Ruth Bamforth

Ruth Bamforth from Walker Morris analyses the effect the great repeal bill could have on pension schemes.

Will M&As change in the post-BHS era?

Ruth Bamforth

Ruth Bamforth from Walker Morris explains what we can expect from current efforts to bring more companies planning mergers and acquisitions to go through the Pensions Regulator.

What benefit indexation should your scheme use?

Ruth Bamforth

How should your defined benefit scheme be indexing benefits? And do your scheme rules permit a change in indexation? Ruth Bamforth of Walker Morris examines the issues surrounding the different types of inflation.

What to expect from the forthcoming pensions bill

Ruth Bamforth

We do not yet know when the pensions bill announced in the Queen's Speech will be released, but Ruth Bamforth of Walker Morris outlines what we can expect when it does.

Are the regulators fit for purpose?

Ruth Bamforth

Pensions legislation has become increasingly complex since the 1990s, so does this mean pensions regulation needs to be revisited? Walker Morris’s Ruth Bamforth tackles the thorny question.

The challenges of an ageing workforce

Ruth Bamforth

Law firm Walker Morris's Ruth Bamforth looks at what an ageing society and the general shift to defined contribution arrangements means for employers and how they manage their workforces.

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