The future of DB pension consolidation

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Adrian Cooper speaking at Professional Pensions Breakfast BriefingIn October, Professional Pensions held a defined benefit (DB) breakfast briefing in partnership with TPT looking at what the future holds for consolidation.

Consolidation was a central theme in the government’s DB white paper, published in March, which said that on average smaller schemes are more likely to have higher administrative costs and fail to meet governance standards. It argued consolidation could help schemes, and is now consulting on a range of proposals to boost consolidation including the introduction of a new accreditation regime and legislative framework.

The panellists looked at the benefits of consolidation and compared the various ways to do it. They also discussed the key considerations for trustees and sponsors that may be considering it.
Responsibilities seem to be moving to HR departments. Skilled DB administrators are in short supply. I see actuaries that are becoming investment consultants or moving to insurance companies.Adrian Cooper, Head of Direct Distribution at TPT

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Head of Direct Distribution
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Email: adrian.cooper@tpt.org.uk

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