Pensions Compass December 2019
Pensions Ready Reckoner- December 2019
Retrospectively equalising to diminish benefits ruled discriminatory
Safeway Ltd v Newton Readers may recall the Safeway case on equalisation. See Clive’s Ready Reckoner where he commented on the decision of the Court of Justice of the European… Read more →
A Good Deed….
Where the parties to a transaction or other arrangement are required by law, or otherwise agree, to record their agreement in a written document, the applicable execution formalities will depend… Read more →
Hot air, or real deterrent?
Will the proposed new criminal offences and other measures stop another Sir Philip Green in his tracks? Introduction The Pension Schemes Bill published in October 2019 includes a raft of… Read more →
EX-TRUSTEE ADMITS CHARITY PENSION SCHEME FRAUD
Patrick McLarry, 71, the former head of a disabled charity pension scheme, pleaded guilty to fraud at Salisbury Crown Court on 11 November. Between March 2012 to February 2013, McLarry… Read more →
Auto-enrolment duties: Naughty nursery and its main director both face unlimited fines
Auto-enrolment may have been introduced over 7 years ago, but as auto-enrolment specialists we are still dealing with auto-enrolment issues on a daily basis in our team. Our experience includes… Read more →