991 briefings from 352 companies
This study explores the long-run effects of policy reform scenarios based on those set out in the Green Paper, A State Pension for the 21st Century, DWP (2011).
Company:Department for Work and Pensions
Published:10 April 2013
JP Morgan’s short white paper explains the government's proposal to replace the basic state pension with a flat-rate model.
Company:JP Morgan Asset Management
Published:30 January 2013
In the lead-up to the Autumn Statement, leading pensions analyst Michael Johnson calls for a radical overhaul of the financial incentives currently provided by the Treasury in a largely failed attempt to encourage retirement savings.
Company:Centre for Policy Studies
Published:26 November 2012
This paper gives an in depth analysis as to how ,over the last twenty years, British defined-benefit schemes have adopted a bizarre method of calculating pensions which has led to employers suffering in a global recession and losing hundreds of billions of pounds.
Company:Roger May of Royds LLP
Published:08 November 2012
Business Area:Defined Benefit Pensions
For auto-enrolment to be successful, communication with your workforce is key. The Pensions Regulator has produced a suite of different letters that need to be sent to different groups of your employees at different times. The letters you have to send are also dependant on various actions you can
Published:15 October 2012
Business Area:Employee Communications
New reporting requirements are inevitable with the introduction of new regulations, as the Regulator has to ensure compliance with the new rules. So what will you be required to provide when auto-enrolment goes live in October 2012?
Published:11 October 2012
This report examines the regulatory push in the investment management industry in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, and involves an alphabet soup of government agencies and organizations.
Published:10 August 2012
A recently published FSA report criticises the investment banking sector's management of bribery risks. This briefing from Baker & McKenzie identifies the deficiencies in systems and controls across a range of areas and outlines what firms should now be doing to improve compliance.
Company:Baker & McKenzie
Published:17 April 2012
Business Area:Governance and management
In this article, Mourant Ozannes's Neil Lomax provides answers to 10 key questions on the challanges and opportunities facing the hedge fund industry in the wake of the global recession. Topics discussed include regulation; M&A activity; trends; new products; recruitment; and more.
Published:20 March 2012
Business Area:Frontier Markets
This in-depth article describes the key aspects of the Act, the scope of the offences, the ambit of the Act's extra-territorial reach, recent related case law and penalties, current enforcement trends (including plea-bargaining), and how to devise and implement an effective compliance programme.
Published:09 March 2012