Looking ahead however, the firm found that just 14 per cent of respondents viewed the approach of TPR as the most significant factor in determining how pension schemes of distressed employers will fare in the year ahead.
The DWP's Review of the Default Fund Charge Cap and Standardised Cost Disclosure was launched in June 2020 and ran through until August, seeking responses from trustees, providers, civil society organisations, scheme members and other stakeholders.
The actuaries, looking years into the future, have to make assumptions about numbers of current and future retirees and crucially, the expected returns on the invested funds (now just over $4 billion).
Kate Smith, Head of Pensions at Aegon, comments on the Government’s response to the consultation on expanding the Dormant Assets Scheme*.
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