Pensions Regulation in UK Law
- Pensions Auto-Enrolment: Unintended Consequences of Regulation and Private Law Remedies
Regulation 883/2004 and Invalidity and Old-Age Pensions
This article examines the provisions in Regulation 883/2004 on pensions, and compares them with those of Regulation 1408/71. It does not enter into the sometimes very technical details, particularl...
Informed choice: consumer preferences for information on pensions
...... aged 65and over will exceed the number of under16’s from 2013.5Taking a longer-term view, the PensionsPage 260Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance Volume 13 Number 3Journal of Financial Regulationand Compliance, Vol. 13, No. 3,2005, pp. 260–267#Emerald Group PublishingLimited, ......
The Response of Residence-Based Schemes in the Netherlands to Cross-Border Movement
The Netherlands already had a residence-based scheme for old-age pensions when the first Coordination Regulation came into force. This national scheme incorporated a pro-rata system from the start ......... e Netherlands already had a residence-based scheme for old-age pensions when the . fi rst Coordination Regulation came into force. Th ......
The Economic and Social Impact of Coordination
In this article the economic and social impacts of the coordination of pensions and pension policy in the EU are analysed. Three different aspects are discussed: the coordination of the individual ......... article the economic and social impac ts of the coordination of pensions and pension policy in the EU are analysed. ree di erent ..., such as impacts on pen sion payments arising from EC Regulation 883/2004 ( formerly EC Regulation 1408/71), and the provision of ......
An appraisal of the Pensions White Paper proposals
Purpose: This paper seeks to evaluate the Pensions White Paper proposals against down to earth and relatively obvious objectives and criteria; and to suggest some options – no matter how politicall......... archive of this journal is available atwww.emeraldinsight.com/1358-1988.htmAppraisal ofPensions WhitePaper proposals99Journal of Financial Regulation andComplianceVol. 15 No. 1, 2007pp. 99-107qEmerald Group Publishing Limited1358-1988DOI 10.1108/13581980710727038. three times as much as employee ......
The mortality risk of pensions – methods of control and policy implications for the UK
Purpose: Bodies with responsibilities for paying pensions to individuals face a mortality risk in that the pensioners may prove longer lived than expected. The significant scale and uncertainity of......... full text archive of this journal is available atwww.emeraldinsight.com/1358-1988.htmThe mortalityrisk of pensions363Journal of Financial Regulation andComplianceVol. 14 No. 4, 2006pp. 363-374qEmerald Group Publishing Limited1358-1988DOI 10.1108/13581980610711135. funded with the aim of matching ......
CENTURY LIFE PLC V PENSIONS OMBUDSMAN BRITANNIA LIFE LTD V PENSIONS OMBUDSMAN
The appellant companies were successors to insurance companies which had arranged insurance policies securing the retirement benefits of certain occupational pension schemes. Members of these pensi.........In response to this the 405 . JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL REGULATION AND COMPLIANCE • VOLUME THREE NUMBER FOUR — CENTURY LIFE PLC V PENSIONS OMBUDSMAN — Ombudsman contended that this point could not be raised at ......
PENSIONS LAW REFORM AFTER MAXWELL: THE POSSIBLE CONTENT OF NEW PENSIONS REGULATIONS FOLLOWING THE MAXWELL CASE
This paper describes the legal background to the Maxwell scandal in which about £500m of pension fund money was stolen, analyses some of the supposed flaws in the current arrangements for the regul...
Employee Participation: The Pension Trustee Experience
No one today can doubt that pensions are big news. Whereas a few years ago those involved in pension matters were left to conduct their affairs away from the spotlight of public attention, in more ........., University of Glasgow Introduction No one today can doubt that pensions are big news. Whereas a few years ago those involved in pension matters ... by official en-quiries, increasing scrutiny and suggestions of regulation. There seems to be little doubt that one of the major fac-tors in bringing ......
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