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Valuation

Defined Benefit - Employers

Every three years an actuarial valuation is undertaken for defined benefit (DB) pension schemes such as SHPS. This is required by legislation. 

The valuation compares the assets of the scheme to the estimated cost of the benefits that have been earned, known as liabilities. If the assets are less than the liabilities then a recovery plan needs to be agreed to provide additional contributions from participating employers. 

The valuation involves assessing the employer covenant, the financial support provided to the scheme by the participating employers, which is an important factor in determining the assumptions used in the calculation of the liabilities. TPT Retirement Solutions works closely with the Scheme Committee (SC) and Employer Committee (EC) during the valuation to discuss employer covenant, the assumptions and the recovery plan, where applicable.

2020 Valuation

The results of the 30 September 2020 Valuation have been shared with the SHPS employers. If you require any information on the valuation please contact the Employer Relationships Team (employerrelations@tpt.org.uk)

Downloads

  • SHPS DB - House Policies and Rules Download
  • SHPS - Employer Form of Authority Download
  • SHPS DB - Consultation on Defined Benefit Changes (Template) Download
  • DB Pension Schemes - Key terms Download