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Regulatory uncertainty puts workforce reform at risk

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Podcast: The apparent contradiction between the Treasury’s new exit payment cap and existing Local Government Pension Scheme regulations risks limiting employers’ ability to restructure their workforce, warns Alison Murray, partner and head of public sector actuarial at Aon. She is joined by Linklaters counsel Anna Taylor, in a conversation also covering a new responsible investment bill and a proposed solution to the Section 75 problem.

Should convicts be disqualified from pensions?

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Former Troubles victims are at the centre of a political row in Northern Ireland over pensions entitlement.

Global Pensions Wrap: November edition

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Our monthly roundup of the best international pensions stories published by the FT’s outlets, featuring a war between an Australian pensions minister and the green lobby, an astounding recovery in Taiwan, and an American pension fund spending hundreds of thousands of dollars investigating its former executives.

New trustee firm aims to inject dynamism into pensions

Sarah Leslie, co-founder of new pensions company Ndapt, has reached the end of her patience with the often “pedestrian” pace of things in the industry.