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GMP Equalisation: The Increasing Importance Of Data

05 August 2020

The latest PP webinar – held in association with Equiniti – looks at guidance from the cross-industry GMP Equalisation Working Group on the importance of data – asking what data schemes need for GMP equalisation; the data demands, advantages and disadvantages of various calculation solutions; and assesses the challenges relating to historic data. 

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The History Of GMP Equalisation

29 July 2020

While GMP equalisation has been hanging over schemes for more than 30 years, the Lloyd’s case in the High Court set it squarely on the agenda. Many will be wondering just how we got to this point, so here is a whistle stop tour from there to here.

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What Is GMP Equalisation?

21 July 2020

The complex matter of guaranteed minimum pensions (GMPs) may appear to have assumed a great deal of importance in no time at all. But just like overnight successes in the entertainment business, it’s taken years to get to where we are now.

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GMP Equalisation - Made Simple Guide

29 June 2020

The matter of guaranteed minimum pensions (GMPS) may appear to have assumed great importance almost overnight, but in truth, it’s been a long time coming. 

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GMP Equalisation: What To Do Now?

27 April 2020

How time flies! Over a year has passed since the verdict of the Lloyd’s case, where it was determined that pension schemes must equalise the discriminatory effects of guaranteed minimum pensions (GMPs).

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The Next Pensions “Curve To Flatten”

20 April 2020

It seems in a sense perverse to be thinking about the future when the present day is so challenging, but in the spirit of “this too shall pass” it is important to look ahead to the next big challenge for our industry. Due to the current pressures on all of our colleagues and our customers, the Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) elected to defer their consultation until later in the year. However, I’m glad they chose to publish the documents anyway as it gives all of us something more tangible to challenge and also to plan for.

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