Occupational Pensions

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**This is an archive source with the final edition published in December 2020**

Occupational Pensions (OP) is written specifically for those involved with occupational pension schemes, and it is an invaluable source of information on current law and practice. Every month, it is read by pensions managers, company secretaries, personnel managers, trustees, and trade union officials, as well as most of the major professional advisers.

Its unrivalled coverage includes:
* Regular authoritative guidance features which explain and interpret new legislation and regulations
* Case studies which describe how named pension schemes have tackled problems other schemes are facing
* Surveys of named schemes providing unique information on subjects of current concern
* Up-to-date news that keeps you fully briefed on the latest developments
* Independent analysis. Occupational Pensions provides you with unique, objective information that is often unavailable elsewhere

Occupational Pensions is written in a clear, concise style making it easy to read and comprehend. Every feature has a "Summary of key points" and there is a quarterly summary of all the latest legal and regulatory developments in tabular form.

The following sections of the printed journal are reproduced online - Features, Review and Survey.
The following sections are not reproduced online - News, Briefing and Law reports.

Print ISSN: 0952-231X

Issue 403, 1 DECEMBER 2020

Citation: 403 OP 2 (1)


Punter Southall offers small schemes multi-employer route to consolidation
State pension set to rise by 2.5% in 2021
Pensions dashboards project adopts realistic timeline for delivery
In Brief
Government to go ahead with simpler statements
Code of practice for sole trustees issued
UK pensioners face uncertainty after Brexit
Deloitte fined over DB scheme audit
In Brief

Pace of change set to pick up for workplace pensions
Government plans to implement stronger nudge requirements
Regulator to keep a close eye on all DB superfund transfers
Co-op's DB scheme undertakes £2.75bn pensioner buy-ins
Pandemic increases need to clarify law on electronic signatures
Quarterly state-of-play table
Monthly law update
Seasonal Quiz
News Digest


 Alastair Meeks , Partner Pinsent Masons Editorial advisory panellist
 Bryan Freake , Pensions Officer, Amicus Editorial advisory panellist
 Charlotte Wolff Research officer
 Colin Sherwood Editor
 Emily Pattullo Sub-editor
 John Goodchild , Goodchild Associates Ltd Editorial advisory panellist
 Nigel Taylor , Director, UBS Global Asset Management Editorial advisory panellist
 Peter Tompkins , Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers Editorial advisory panellist
 Rhoslyn Roberts , Group Head of Pensions, GUS plc Editorial advisory panellist