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WATCH: Pensions Lecture #1: Requests for contribution breaks

Wednesday 10 June 2020
11am - 12pm
Online, Zoom Webinar
1.0 CPD

This webinar was delivered by Tom Robinson, Simon Atkinson and Francesca Mitchell. James Walmsley chaired the session.

Issues for the trustees:

  1. scope of trust powers and statutory obligations;
  2. revising schedules of contributions and getting actuarial input;
  3. keeping the membership on board; and
  4. regulatory and taxation issues.

Issues for the employer:

  1. Insolvency Act provisions, and changes due to Covid-19;
  2. TPR guidance;
  3. the stance of the Courts to date; and
  4. particularities of the scheme as creditor; can you justify treating the Scheme unlike other creditors?

The Zoom recording of the webinar and slides can be found below.

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